Sister Derby’s new boyfriend was my baby daddy, we did rituals together which killed our baby- Top slay queen shares gripping tale

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A top slay queen has said in a new video gaining prominence on Instagram that she was once well versed in promiscuity both online and in the tangible sense while revealing a gripping tale of her dirty past. 

Identified as Chocolate Candy, the young woman who said she has now given her life to Christ and has charted a new path in her life mentioned that she had a child with David, the new boyfriend of songstress Sister Derby but sadly he died under mysterious circumstances days after his birth.

Detailing how it happened, she said she saw a Mallam’s contact on TV whilst she was pregnant in 2016 and visited his shrine in Nkoranzah for money rituals known as ‘Pocket No Dry but unknowingly, her unborn baby was exchanged for the money.

According to the lady whose real name is Nana Adjoa, ten days after she gave birth her baby mysteriously died.

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Fame Bug shared the video and detailed Nana Adjoa’s account which is as follows;

According to Chocolate Candy also known as Nana Adjoa, she had a child with David, Queen Farcadi’s baby daddy who is now dating Sister Derby.

Confessing her past as a prostitute who was desperate for money, Chocolate Candy said she unknowingly exchanged her child for money rituals.

She said she started making GH2000 per day through social media hookup and selling of erotic videos.

The born again hookup pro is now advising young girls to desist from deviant behaviors and chase for quick money because of social media pressure.

Watch the video below;

 

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