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Obolotui ‘Cries’ As A Baby After His Legon Girlfriend’ Broke His Heart Into Two (Video)

Now, the youth even gets their heartbroken in a relationship more than older people who are into marriage. They go through heartaches than their parents.

When you are young, and you fall in love, most of the time it doesn’t work out as you want it to be because as you’re growing, the pressure becomes bombarded on you.

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Meanwhile, a fat guy has shared his ordeal video of himself crying salty H20 after his woman at UG Legon dumped him.

This guy whose heart was broken by this lady couldn’t hold his tears. He cried like a baby as he reminisced about the good days with her.

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