A young Ghanaian lady probably between the ages of 25 and 35 years old has been recorded on camera complaining about a guy who rejected her love proposal. Watching the video carefully, you can see this young man's funeral poster on a wall. The name of this young man is Collins Gyetuah and according to the lady, he was very rich when he was alive.
The lady said that he went to this guy for money but he refused to give her money. She then proposed to him that she loves him but this guy turned down her love proposal. This is what the lady said in the video, "I came to you for money but you didn't give me. I then proposed to you that I love you because of your money, and you didn't mind. I was just begging you to sleep with me just once and give me money, you still refused. See you are dead now".
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that the lady is not serious. If a man tells you that he doesn't love you, there is nothing you can do to make him change his mind not even in his grave. Others said that this is the reason why young men have to fear women. They are willing to do anything for money
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