A 34-year-old Ghanaian lady whose baby daddy sponsored her trip to Egypt has died from the curses that were rained on her due to her ingratitude.
According to reports, Diana refused to allow her baby daddy who financed her expenses to Egypt to work as a caretaker after things began to flourish for her.
Seven years ago, Twumasi had helped Diana travel abroad for a house help job which paid $300 a month.
However, the two turned into sworn enemies when Twumasi began questioning her salary and also asked her for financially assist back home.
Diana refused to disclose her earnings, which led to a heated argument and exchange of intense insults in the process.
“It is not every Arab that allows you to use a phone in their house when you are not done with your duties. But he would not have any of that.
At a point, he wanted to be snoopy about my life including a land I had purchased all because of the help he gave me. I sent him about GH₵2,700, and he was not forthcoming about it. I would have people call him, and he will ask whether they know how I was able to travel.
I got angry, and I asked for a breakup which led to an exchange of words and in the process out of pain, he told me I will suffer,” she sadly recounted
Twumasi who didn’t want to be taken for a fool resorted to curses as a payback for the betrayal from Diana.
Diana fell ill and despite receiving treatment from doctors, she began to believe that her illness was a result of Twumasi’s curse.
She returned to Ghana with the hope of reconciling with Twumasi so that the curses he rained on her will be overturned, but he refused to listen to her.
“Three months into 2021 I realized my stomach was bloating. I went for a scan and the doctor said I have a liver problem and that my womb is destroyed. I’ve been on admission at several hospitals after my return.
I’ve had to sell the land I bought to take care of my sickness, and now I am totally broken. Wherever I go, I am told the boy has something to do with my condition.”
Her sickness worsened and she, unfortunately, passed on while still receiving treatment at the hospital.