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Adrienne Nicole, Woman in D-Black’s video finally speaks; explains how it happened

Ex-girlfriend of Ghanaian rapper and business man, D Black has finally spoken after the two former love birds appeared in a video made in which they we doing their private business.

The lady named Adrienne Nicole Edwards, a United States citizen in a statement has revealed exactly how the compromising videos made it into the public domain.

Explaining, Ms. Adrienne said she lost her phone a couple of days ago. Following the loss, she started to receive threats from an unknown person who obviously had access to the private videos and pictures on her lost phone, demanding a huge sum of money as ransom.

She continued that the issue was reported to the police in US and she also reported the accounts from which she receive the threats to the social media companies but that was not enough as she later realized the video had already been made public.

The full statement exclusively released to Beeniewords.com reads:

“About a week ago I lost my phone. And I posted on online that I lost my phone. I didn’t think about anything negative about it then the next minute I started getting threats and somebody asking me for money else they’re gonna post my personal photos and videos on social media.

I had to report to the police here to take care of it. But I keep getting threats and requests from different social media pages. And when I click to check those pages, they had started posting personal photos and videos of me and my Ghanaian partner (with whom I’ve even broke up with). Apart from reporting to the cyber crimes unit of the police here, I’ve directly contacted the social media platform owners and they have taken down 2 of those parody accounts. But they keep using other pages and channels as well.

I’m issuing this statement because I don’t want my private issues circulated out there, neither do I want same for my ex. It’s not intentional for it to happen so I need to publicly issue this statement to let the world know while I engage the right channels to do the needful.

It’s just too much for me detailing with all these. I’m emotionally down but I need to let this out.”  THE END

SOURCEGhanatribune.com