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My White Boyfriend Doesn’t Know I’m a Man

DEAR AUNTIE ABENA,

The system in Ghana is hard oo. When I was growing up as a kid, there’s one thing I never wanted to do. I never wanted to dupe people for money but at this moment in life, I think I need to. I’m a student with a diploma certificate and have been searching for a job but not getting so I decided to go into fraud (I mean yahoo boy) ? I feel so bad but this is what the system has made it for me.


I’ve not yet cashed out but I feel so bad and guilty. I’m texting a white Man now and he’s so mad in love with me and ready to do anything for me. I texted him when he was having a family issues (his wife divorcing him) and whole lotta bills overload to pay. I met him depressed and by God’s Grace, I’ve been able to encourage and advice him with good plans and a whole lot to let him feel okay now and has bounced back as a happy man.

He’s so much in love with me Auntie Abena. He said if I leave him, he’ll die.  And he’s not willing for me to go because I brought happiness to him. Looking at how I’ve made this man fall for me whiles  impersonating as a lady deɛ, ɛyɛ me awereho (it’s made me feel so bad).

Auntie Abena, I don’t wanna continue this anymore. Although life’s hard but I’m being so emotional on hurting my fellow man this way. I wanna tell him the truth and ask him if he’s gonna need my friendship because I’ve got a good heart for him. He’s a nice person. I don’t wanna hurt him but how’s he going to feel after telling him about my real identity?

Please what should I do?

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Written by Abena Magis

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