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Entertainment of Sunday, 23 September 2018


Princess Shyngle is suffering from bipolar disorder - Kwasi Aboagye

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Ghanaian broadcaster Kwasi Aboagye has revealed strenuously that popular Gambian Ghana-based Instagram model and actress Princess Shyngle is suffering from bipolar disorder.

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a mental illness that brings severe high and low moods and changes in sleep, energy, thinking, and behavior.

People who have bipolar disorder can have periods in which they feel overly happy and energized and other periods of feeling very sad, hopeless, and sluggish.In between those periods, they usually feel normal.

Princess Shyngle recently caused a huge social media buzz when she in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the “Delay Show” disclosed that she has had sexual relations with the likes of footballer Micheal Essien, rapper and business mogul D-Black and declared her desire to date Togolese international footballer Adebayor.

She astonishingly also posted on her Instagram page that she is on a serious manhunt for a husband .

Consequently, her hunt for a husband has landed her in the city of Malaga, Spain and she has posted photos on her Instagram page flaunting her ‘fine’ body to the admiration of her fans and followers

In the photo sighted by,the controversial Instagram model is seen put her huge breast and almost ‘naked’ ass on display by a pool and sipping on some cocktail.

Expressing his view on Princess Shyngle’s damning photos,Kwasi Aboagye without mincing words indicated candidly that the latter is suffering from bipolar disorder.

The multiple award-winning entertainment radio show host emphasised that he just can’t fathom why Princess Shyngle would flaunt such deafening photos on social media.

“Ah, so what’s the essence of flaunting such photos on social media…i think Princess Shyngle is suffering from bipolar disorder.”,Kwasi Aboagye said on his’Entertainment Review’ Show on Peace 104.3FM as monitored by