I'm scared my kids will carry the big mouth and nose of my ugly boyfriend - Pretty lady seeks help

I'm scared my kids will carry the big mouth and nose of my ugly boyfriend - Pretty lady seeks help

  • The anonymous lady claimed her boyfriend is kind and caring but ''ugly''
  • In a letter to Citi FM/TV's Jessica Opare-Saforo, the lady expressed worry about her ugly bae's look
  • The lady wants to know what to do to prevent her children from looking like her caring but ugly boyfriend

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In a letter sighted by YEN.com.gh, a lady who claimed to be tall, curvy, and beautiful is seeking advice on what to do to prevent her children from looking like her caring but ugly boyfriend.

She disclosed that her bae sends her a new picture of himself every day, and she replies to him, saying "nice picture" but immediately deletes it without delay.

Recounting her frustration in the letter addressed to Jessica Opare-Saforo, the hostess of Citi FM/Citi TV's Sister Sister show, the anonymous lady expressed worry about the ugly boyfriend’s look because, despite his look, he is a nice guy who is doing well for himself.

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I'm scared my kids will carry the big mouth and nose of my ugly boyfriend - Lady seeks help
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She said her boyfriend's mouth and nose are extremely big for her liking.

"I posted a picture of us once and my brother commented with ‘beauty and the beast'."

Read her letter below:

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Born into a family of social work, she learned the skills from her father, a trained social worker at the Department of Social Welfare in Ghana.

Her journey to magnanimity started at age two, developing a passion for humanitarian work from being part of her father, Kofi Amoah, and mother, Mary Magdalene Amevor's tremendous exploits in villages to assist people and families with challenges.

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African American wins Scripps National Spelling Bee

In other news, a 14-year-old from Louisiana, Zaila Avant-garde, has made history as the first African-American to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee competition in the United States.

The 2021 edition of the national competition was held on Thursday, July 8, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, USA.

The New Orleans indigene triumphed over her contenders to emerge as the winner, becoming the first-ever African-American contestant to win in 93 editions of the competition.

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