- A young lady has been captured in a viral video breaking the windscreen of her boyfriend's car
- It is reported that the lady was so enraged at her man because he allegedly cheated on her
- Many people have been airing their views regarding the issue
A video of a totally enraged lady smashing a car has surfaced online and is quickly going viral because of it's captivating nature.
According to the caption of the footage sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Instagram handle of celebritiesbuzzgh, the car allegedly belonged to the lady's boyfriend.
It is reported that the boyfriend had cheated on the lady, causing her to decide to destroy the windscreens of his car as a way of paying him back in his own coin.
Watch the hot video below:
Many social media users who watched the video have been reacting massively:
ephyia mentioned that:
"Instead of you selling the car without his notice now you’re breaking the screen, aaah..."
radikalmonnies also indicated that
"Me, I will not do anything, I will just visit the mallam and connect her bank account to mine. Every blessed day she will send me money without her knowledge."
"I hope your actions take away the pain..."
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Ewurama, the lady in question for the viral story regarding a supposed 'medical doctor' who was captured weeping at the hospital, has finally spoken.
The video was sighted previously on the YouTube channel CokenFanta that was for the couple but is now being run solely by Ewurama after their separation.
According to Ewurama in the video above, she did not mean to cause the gentleman (named Christian Gyebi) any harm at all as they only had a minor misunderstanding that ended up worse than anticipated.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that the late Michael Jackson has once again topped the Forbes' list of highest-earning dead celebrities for the eighth year in a row with $48 million in earnings in 2020.
The 2019 release of the damning documentary Leaving Neverland seems to have not cost the King of Pop his crown.
The list released by Forbes on Friday, November 13 showed Jackson’s Mijac Music catalogue, which includes tunes by Elvis and Aretha Franklin, and a long-term deal with Sony accounted for more than 70% of his earnings.
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