- A video of a distressed young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his lover for a second chance has surfaced on social media
- The brokenhearted young man could be heard in the video clip tearfully begging his ex-girlfriend to reconsider her decision after she dumped him
- The video of the emotional and depressing moment of the young man shedding tears has gained traction online
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A viral video of a distraught young man shedding uncontrollable tears as he begs his ex-girlfriend for a second and last chance has erupted a buzz on social media.
The unidentified man could be seen having a breakdown as he tearfully begs for the forgiveness of his former partner for a second chance.
From the video clip, it appears that his action informed his ex-lover's decision to end their romantic relationship.
In the video which lasted less than a minute, the brokenhearted man promises to be a better person should he be given a second and last chance.
The video of the distraught young man's emotional and depressing moment as he appealed for a second chance has gone viral on social media.
The video comes days after another man was seen ‘drowning’ in his tears in a poly tank over heartbreak.
YEN.com.gh previously reported on how Tyrone Marhguy, one of the teenagers who was denied admission into Achimota School because of his dreadlocks has feted his academic credentials.
The brilliant junior high school graduate was refused entry into Achimota School for his hairstyle, which goes against the rules of the reputable school.
Freshman Tyrone and his father, Tereo Kwame Marhguy, have granted interviews challenging the decision by authorities at the Achimota School refusing to admit Tyrone because of his natural hair.
In other news, a visually impaired teenager, Jennifer Dede who lost her vision at age seven has given a goosebumps-raising narration about how she lost her eyesight.
Dede who was abandoned by her father has had to endure and live with stigma even from the people she calls family.
Recalling how the light in her eyes began dimming at age six, Dede told Joy News in an interview that she became blind after she suffered from a medical eye condition called Glaucoma.
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