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Dangote broke my heart in thousand pieces, ex-girlfriend of billionaire alleges



Bea Lewis, an Atlanta businesswoman, who claims to be the girlfriend of Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, has said her relationship with him has helped her become a better person, but he broke her heart in 1000 pieces.

In an Instagram post made on Thursday, 31st of December and which is currently trending on social media, Lewis says dating Dangote has made her life more organised and made her wiser in relation to her business.

She wrote:

Communicating with a billionaire daily makes you see the world differently than your humble beginnings in liberty city. I became more organized and finally am able to step away from the daily kitchen operations. I realized a half a million-dollar restaurant project was a bad investment. I purchased two properties. I started a consistent fitness regime. Became vegan. Obtained a profitable stock portfolio. He changed my perspective on work ethic and patience. Once my mindset changed the universe gravitated me to people that uplifted me and increased my net worth mentally and financially. To 2021 and powerful encounters.

However, this relationship with Dangote also shaped her love-life after he broke her heart into a thousand pieces.

Dangote, 63, is currently worth 12 billion dollars and runs chains of businesses in Nigeria and other African countries, including a refinery, nearing completion, in Nigeria’s commercial city of Lagos which is expected to refined over 650,000 barrels of crude per day (bpd) when completed.

Bea Lewis, 33, a chef based in Atlanta, USA, is the founder of supper series Hush Dinner Club, owns a restaurant called “Concept” on Georgia Avenue in Summerhill. Lewis also founded the Atlanta Meal Prep LLC, a food chain company based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Her firm Atlanta Meal Prep provides local cuisine and promotes a healthy lifestyle through proper dieting while her firm Hush Dinner Club has hosted dinner events for our 1000 plus subscribers.

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