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My parents divorced after I made money – ‘Snapchat Queen’ Dulcie Boateng


Popular ‘Queen of Snapchat,’ Dulcie Boateng, recently shared insights into the challenges that contributed to her parents’ divorce, shedding light on her journey from adversity to financial independence.

In an exclusive interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on The Delay Show aired on March 9, 2024, Dulcie unveiled that her mother’s origin in Aburi and her father’s from Brong Ahafo caused complications in their relationship, ultimately leading to their separation.

While she didn’t delve into specific details, Dulcie attributed her parents’ divorce to the strain caused by this cultural difference.

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The pivotal moment came when Dulcie, achieving financial stability in 2017, decided to move her mother out of their Asylum Down residence to Agbogba, both suburbs of Accra.

Subsequently, her mother chose not to return to her husband.

Dulcie shared, “They divorced when I made money because I moved my mother out of the house.”

She explained that her mother regularly checked on her and her younger brother in Agbogba, establishing a new chapter in their lives away from the previous family home.

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The influencer recounted the challenging period that triggered her entrepreneurial journey, revealing that it began as a coping mechanism following the death of her sister. “I wanted to do something so that I wouldn’t be bored; just to take my mind off a bit,” she expressed.

Dulcie started selling various items, finding success on Snapchat, particularly with sunglasses, bags, shoes, and tops.

Reflecting on her transformation, she emphasised the link between financial stability and genuine happiness, asserting that, for her, the pursuit of wealth has been a key factor in finding contentment.

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“Poor is being unable to afford basic things that you desire. Riches are happiness in wealth,” Dulcie stated.

“After everything I’ve experienced, the kind of things I like cost money, so, I don’t know if that [happiness without money] is possible right now. [Without money] I don’t think I’ll be as happy as I am now. But I know how to be content…”

Today, Dulcie Boateng stands as one of Ghana’s prominent Snapchat influencers, using her platform to share her journey and inspire others with a message of resilience and self-reliance.

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