“I Have Cursed My Baby Daddy” - Ghanaian Mom of 2 who Sells Roasted Corn to Cater for Her Kids Reveals

“I Have Cursed My Baby Daddy” - Ghanaian Mom of 2 who Sells Roasted Corn to Cater for Her Kids Reveals

  • A Ghanaian single mother of two has disclosed that she has cursed her baby daddy because he abandoned her for another woman
  • Beauty disclosed that she was 17 years when she gave birth and had not been with any man
  • The young mother who sells roasted corn to cater for the kids revealed that the man does not support the children
  • She spoke in an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa as she opened up about her struggles

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A single mother of two only identified as Beauty has disclosed that she has cursed her baby daddy because he abandoned her to marry another woman.

According to Beauty, she had not been with any man when she met the father of her children.

The young mother who sells roasted corn to cater for the children told DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa that the man does not support the children.

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“I Have Cursed My Baby Daddy” - Ghanaian Mom of 2 who Sells Roasted Corn to Cater for Her Kids Reveals. Photo credit: SVTV Africa
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Becoming a teenage mom

''I was 17 years when I gave birth. ''By God’s grace, I'm taking care of my two children without his help. So, I’m better off,'' she said.

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A scorned mother

Beauty disclosed that her baby daddy is now married with children and his focus is on his new family.

''I have cursed him in my head. He didn’t like me when I looked bad. Now, he can't come close to me. If he does, the curse will work against him,'' she said.

Beauty indicated that she hopes to open a boutique to sell items from different brands.

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