- A pregnant lady has caused a scene on the campus of the University of Ghana
- In a video, the lady is seen accosting a young man who is reported to be her boyfriend
- According to the backstory to the video, the lady was attacking the young man because was refusing to accept the pregnancy
A young man reported to be a student of the University of Ghana (Legon) has suffered a big embarrassment on campus.
A pregnant lady purported to be his girlfriend has stormed the campus to confront him over the pregnancy.
In a video sighted by Briefly.co.za, the pregnant lady dressed in black accosting the student and shouting at him. From the video, the guy was in no mood to talk to her.
In a bid to swerve the lady, the young man removed his t-shirt and left it for her. But she still followed and dared him to touch her and the baby.
"Hit me and hit the baby as well," she was heard saying before holding the boy by his trousers and boxer shorts.
The young man who was overwhelmed by the lady's behaviour wondered by she had to come all the way to the campus to put up such behaviour.
It took the intervention of the intervention of an elderly man and another young man to separate the embattled student who was shirtless at the time.
Briefly.co.za does not know when the incident happened but the video popped up on Monday, March 15, 2021, and has been circulating on social media.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported a video was posted on Twitter by social media user @amietorii showing a baby shower gone wrong. A man hosted a baby shower for his bae when his side chick, who is also pregnant, showed up at the celebration.
The other woman was visibly enraged over the baby shower and she decided to disrupt it. She threw the gifts off a table and started slapping other people. Throughout the clip, she confronts her alleged baby daddy.
The tweet was captioned:
"Apparently this man throws a baby shower. And then boom, another baby mama shows up and turns things up. Men are what again?"
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