- A video of a White woman has emerged, in which she is seen shedding heartbreaking tears
- She is believed to have been scammed by fraudsters
- The video of the visibly distressed White woman has gone viral
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A traumatic video has emerged of a White woman shedding uncontrollable tears after reportedly being scammed by internet fraudsters.
The white woman, who appears to be in her 50s, is believed to have fallen victim to some internet fraudsters, popularly referred to as 'sakawa boys,' who perhaps posed as her lover.
In the viral video, the White woman sheds heart-wrenching tears as she begs the scammers to return her cash.
''I hate you, I trusted you,'' she is heard crying.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a video has gone viral on social media in which some men believed to be internet fraudsters were seen spraying bundles of money into a river.
Social media users believe that the act is fetish-related and a means to replenish their wealth. In the video, four young men could be seen rinsing their faces with the filthy water.
Some took to the comment section of the video which was shared on Instagram by @lindaikejiblogofficial to share their thoughts.
In other news, Nana Ama McBrown has apologised to President Nana Akufo-Addo and viewers following Bulldog's threatening remarks on last weekend's show.
Nana Ama McBrown apologised as the host of United Showbiz and on behalf of the Despite Media Group for last weekend's incident which involved Shatta Wale's manager.
''I welcome all of you to United Showbiz. On behalf of the United Television, the United Showbiz, the Despite Media Group and apologise to President Akufo-Addo and all our viewers if we offended anyone during last weekend's show,'' she said during Saturday's [January 16] show.
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