My boyfriend’s father tells me my body turns him on – Lady cries out

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My boyfriend’s father tells me my body turns him on – Lady cries out

A Ghanaian lady has publicly shared her dilemma and it has to do with what her boyfriend’s father told her.

According to this Ghanaian lady, the man who seems to be a promiscuous man told her to the face that her body turns him on, and to make the thing quite weird, the man has been sending her photos of himself and disturbing her with calls at night.

At the moment, she does not know what to do and she is seeking advice. She made this known in a letter to AJ Akuoko-Sarpong, the host of Citi FM/Citi TV’s Sister Sister show.

The letter reads;

“My fiancé and I have dated for 2 years and both families know and approve of our being together. The first time I met with his dad, he complimented my curves and made the remark ‘My son has good eyes for good women, you took after your dad’.

At the time everyone laughed about this and I brushed it off.

Little did I know that he was actually crushing on me and making advances toward me. For example, I visited the house one afternoon, and unbeknown to me my fiancé wasn’t in. His dad hugged me whilst making the comment ‘I can hug you all day and never get tired of it’.

You should have seen the surprised look on my face.

His actions keep escalating when he purchased very revealing lingerie. It’s gotten to the point where he calls at ungodly hours, sends pictures of himself and constantly tells me that I turn him on and he can’t wait to have me. All this is making me uncomfortable.

I decided to stop attending gatherings held in their home and my Fiancé is angry about it.

Sisters, I’ve decided to stop attending gatherings at the house which my fiance is angry about but the sensual way he looks at me makes me sick.

Andy (my fiancé) believes his dad is the most disciplined man ever and I don’t know how to break this news to him.

Sisters, what should I do?”

My boyfriend’s father tells me my body turns him on – Lady cries out
Sanya Agunbiade

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