PICS: Picture Of A Heavily Bruised & Battered eShun Surfaces The Net Following Her Abusive Relationship Exit

by Nana Tamakloe
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After a month of going from media house to media house to discuss the end of her abusive relationship with former manager Steve, Ethel Esi Eshun popularly known as Queen eShun, has been spotted in what could be her most unattractive appearance.




The Ghanaian singer and songwriter known for hits like Someone loves me, Akyia, Koti ma no, and song ‘Fa Me Kor.’ Fa Me Kor is an Akan language which literally means ‘Take me away. has recently been spotted physically abused and tortured in a number of images surfacing the net. FashionGHANA.com managed to obtain one of the images below as published.

Rest assure there is no need to panic, the image above is a snap from her upcoming music video for her new song ‘HandCuff’ which has been making circles on Instagram with girls singing the song under the #HandCuffChallenge. And what is seen on her is not blood nor bruises but makeup by Leo Da Therapist.

Although Eshun admits not to having a physical abusive relationship Steve, she is mirroring the experience of the mental and controlling abuse she claims she encountered to send out a message to other women who are in abusive relationships and don’t know how to exit. Listen to a piece of her song ‘Hand Cuff’ from her Instagram handle below.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CA0MsbOpVHc/

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