- Tima Kumkum, a renowned Ghanaian journalist has revealed that her first marriage that ended in divorce was never built on love
- According to Tima whose full name is Cynthia Tima Yeboah, she simply tied the knot to get back at her former boyfriend
- She explained that her boyfriend cheated on her with a close friend and she deemed it appropriate to get back at him by simply getting married to another man
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Cynthia Tima Yeboah, a popular Ghanaian journalist at multimedia also known as Tima Kumkum, has disclosed a deep revelation regarding her former marriage.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on Delay TV monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kumkum indicated that she simply got married to get revenge on her former boyfriend.
According to Kumkum, her boyfriend cheated on her with a friend of hers, for which reason she decided to hurriedly tie the knot with another person by way of getting back at the cheater.
Watch the full interview below:
The journalist further explained that although the marriage was not built on the foundation of love, she truly hoped that love would grow in it along the line.
However, things rather went south to the extent that the bond ended in divorce.
Before moving onto other matters, Kumkum also confessed that she currently needs a man in her life as a companion she can always lean and talk to on sensitive issues.
"For example, when at work and someone does something to me, I wish I can call someone who cares and talk to him but when I pick up the phone, I have no one to call”, she said.
In a separate report, a gentleman whose name is not disclosed has been captured on camera stealing glances at another beautiful lady in a restaurant whilst his lover was busily feeding him.
In the post that was shared by a Twitter user identified with the handle @baddestcash_, it appeared as though the gentleman completely got absent-minded as he was spotted with a fixed gaze on the lady at three different moments.
Right on the table with the man's lover was a placard with the inscription, "Marry Me" which suggests that he had just proposed love to his lady before eyeing the other one.
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