Ghanaian female comedian and entrepreneur, Maame Esi Forson has advised her fellow women not to get married to fair man unless it’s an emergency.
The actress shared a post on her Facebook timeline communicating to her fellow ladies not to date a fair guy.
Though some of his fans take her statement as deceptive.
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I Caught My Husband With My Immediate Younger Sister On My Wedding Night
I need advice because right now my head is very hot. I did my wedding last weekend.
So after the wedding, we lodged in a hotel. When my husband and I entered the room, after bathing, I was expecting him to touch me. Note, we had never been intimate.
He took the excuse that he needed to buy something and left the hotel room.
I noticed that the water heater wasn’t working, then I went to the reception to complain. One of the Receptionists called me on one side because this same lady had admired me so much when we entered earlier.
She said “please, this is against our ethics but you are too beautiful for this marriage. Your husband is with another woman in room 4″ I said:” are you sure?”
She replied in the affirmative and said I should go and knock they would think it is a Receptionist because they were yet to take toiletries there. I knocked and it was my husband’s voice. I almost collapsed.
As he opened the door, I just walked in only to see that my husband was with my kid sister!
My own immediate younger sister. My blood – same father, same mother. I couldn’t control it. I started shouting, rolling on the floor, and crying, as people gathered. They came and were asking questions.
I am back at my house, because I lived alone before the marriage. He is begging, my sister is also begging me. But I don’t want this marriage again. I am still in shock and in serious pain. I have not had an appetite for food since the incident.
please advise me.