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This Is What Really Led To The ‘Slipper Beating Video’ According To An Anonymous Tip

Screesnhot from the video that went viral

A Twitter user has provided details on the real story behind the “slipper/charlewote video”

Earlier, a video that showed a guy sitting calmly while a girl yelled at him and hit him with a slipper went viral.

The young man in the video has been identified as Papa Kofi Owusu Kwarteng and the lady beating him is Karen Jacqueline Siaw.

See Also: Legon Students Share Mixed Feelings About Viral Video Of A Girl Beating A Boy With A Slipper

According to an anonymous tip to the Twitter account, Karen is just a confused woman scorned who caught feelings in a “we just dey eat” relationship.

Take a look at the whole story here:

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screenshot via @augy_og on Twitter

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screenshot via @augy_og on Twitter

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screenshot via @augy_og on Twitter

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screenshot via @augy_og on Twitter

Karen has since posted a video apologizing for the rash way she acted, explaining that she was so mad and hurt, which is why she reacted the way she did… but she also admitted that was no reason to hit the boy with her slippers.

Watch her apology video here: Legon: Lady Who Beat A Guy With A Slipper Has Apologised For Her Actions

Legon students also shared their reactions to the video but members of her hall, clearly see her as a heroine in this video:

 

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