I am naturally aggressive, I once bit someone’s breast and she d!ed from the bite — Woman says

A Ghanaian woman has shockingly revealed how she once bit the breast of another woman during a feud leading to her de@th.

Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Nhyira FM, the woman claimed that she is naturally aggressive and has the capacity to fight.

Explaining how she caused the death of her fellow woman, she said a fight ensued between them and she managed to bite her breast in the process.

The woman was subsequently confirmed dead as a result of the bite.

Listen to her below;

 

In other news, ‘Taxi Driver’ TV series actor, Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known as T.T has opened up on how he spent the GH¢50,000 donated to him by Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

Speaking in an interview monitored by Adepanews.com, T.T said he GH¢30,000 of the donation to purchase two plots of land of which he was able to pay for one and he used the remaining GH¢20,000 to buy a ‘second hand’ taxi in good condition for his 31-year-old son.

“I sat down quietly and taking note of the situation, that the whole world has got their eyes and tongue on the money, so I should be very careful how I use that money. So what did I do, land has become very very expensive now, where we are, and I hear other places, right now, a plot of land is costing 30,000 cedis; so I got two plots of land which I paid for one with cash straight away, I’m yet to pay for the other one.

“My son says he wants to be a driver, he’s been to driving school but for two years he’s been at home, and he was becoming frustrated. So, I told him something will happen. I will buy him a car, meanwhile, I didn’t know where the money is coming from, so when the Vice President gave me the money, after putting that 30,000 cedis in that plot of land the remaining 20,000 cedis I said this is the time for me to do something for my son, so I bought a Ghana-used taxi in a very good condition for him. He has right now registered at a station here [where we are] and he plies that road,” TT explained further.