Relationships are currently seen as a mere act for immediate benefits. As such, several individuals engage in relationships to satisfy their immediate needs and neglecting the consequences thereafter.
A video making rife on the internet which was spotted on IG, captured a young lady with the username Rafia_4real disclosing to the public what Ghanaian couples face in and after a relationship of their first two weeks.
According to the lady, Ghanaian relationships last for just the first two weeks. Within this few period, your partner would pumper you with all kinds of emotional speeches, such as "Bae, have you eaten?", "Bae, are you asleep?", as well others with mainly preceding with "Bae".
However, when there is a little misunderstanding or fight in the relationship once or twice, the "Bae" which was initially used on you, would changed to witch or wizard.
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