- A dramatic video showing an alleged side chick enjoying time with someone's husband in town has surfaced online
- The man and his side chick received a surprise of their lives as his wife appeared unannounced
- In the clip, the man's wife boldly takes off the hair extension and forcefully removes the side chick from her hubby's car
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A dramatic video showing an alleged side chick enjoying a moment with someone's husband in town only for the man's wife to appear unannounced has surfaced online.
The video which is making the rounds online shows the side chick sitting in front of the man's vehicle at a filling station.
The dramatic scene shows the man's heavy backside wife in a scuffle with him as she attempted to remove the lady from the car.
But her husband kept intervening, stopping her from gaining access to his alleged side chick.
After repeated struggles with her husband, the man's wife manoeuvred her way around him to remove her rival's black hair extension.
She boldly removed the side chick out of her husband's car whilst onlookers captured the dramatic incident along with commentary.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported demands for better living conditions by the youth have dominated the Ghanaian media space as thousands of people vent their spleens under the new social media movement #FixTheCountryNow.
The new movement which started as a campaign under the hashtag #FixTheCountry and #FixMotherGhana subsequently is propelling the voices of young Ghanaians, who are demanding better living conditions from the government.
Joshua Boye -Doe, popularly known as Kalyjay, who first started the campaign has attracted thousands including celebrities who are adhering to the new hashtag #FixTheCountryNow to mount pressure on the government to improve the lives of its people.
In other news, wannabe-rich-quick young Ghanaians are resorting to money rituals for wealth to live ostentatious lifestyles.
The recent murder of 10-year-old Ishmael Mensah Abdallah by teenagers Felix Nyarko, 16, and Nicholas Kini, 18, who allegedly intended to use his body parts for money rituals is one of many rots gaining root in society.
The grisly killing of Abdallah which occurred in April this year agitated the moral foundations of Ghanaians, arousing concerns about how society, religious groups, media, and parents have failed as authorities in upholding acceptable traditions and values of behaviour that align with Ghanaian culture.
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