Respected Ghanaian music producer and sound engineer, Zapp Mallet is lamenting that sex is destroying the moral fabric of the Ghanaian society.
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According to the Zapp Mallet, the only thing which has currently dominated the Ghanaian society is the desperate attempts by individuals wanting to have sexual intercourse.
In a Facebook post, the music producer revealed that this culture is seriously lowering and destroying standards across all sectors in Ghana.
“Why are some people disappointed with the journalists and the questions they asked the president? Noooooo. It’s just a mere reflection of today’s society. Our journalists don’t fall from the sky,” the sound engineer said.
Mr Mallet expressed worry that the Ghanaian society is now supporting some strange cultures where people now care more about sex than their own lives.
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“A country where we care more about sex than our lives. Everything we do now is about sex. Alcohol, about sex. Herbal, about sex. Food, sex. As for music we know. There must be sex attached to everything we do else it won’t sell. So why should we expect more? Don’t blame the journalists. Let’s be realistic,” he added.
The music producer was sharing his views on some criticisms heaped at media practitioners after having one-on-one encounter with President Akufo-Addo.
Many critics argue that a number of journalists who were invited to the Flagstaff House asked the President sub-standard questions.
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