- The musician says Counselor Luttorodt is a coward man who takes delight in abusing women
- The singer says he is unwise and doesn't deserve media attention on important issues
Ghanaian R&B singer, Fianko Bossman, aka Chase Forever, has lashed out at self-styled marriage counselor and relationship expert, George Lutterodt for ‘unprofessional conduct’.
According to the musician, Counselor Luttrodt is nothing but a weak, coward man who is only good at attacking and abusing women emotionally for no reason.
The musician who is clearly not happy about the conduct of Counselor Lutterodt in the Ghanaian media space says he has been unwise and does not deserve the platforms and the attention given to him by the media.
speaking to NEWS-ONE in Accra, Fianko Bossman explained that counselors are noted to be professionals who give guidance on personal or psychological problems, but George Luttordt mostly finds joy in abusing people, especially women” when he gets the chance to sit on TV and radio.
“Any man who mentally, emotionally or physically abuses women doesn’t deserve media clout. This guy sits on TV and degrades a woman who carried a baby for 9-months and nobody says anything about it. It breaks my heart, so I have $200 dollars for anyone who can slap Counselor Lutterodt and send me a video,” Chase said.
The self-acclaimed relationship expert has been widely criticized on several occasions for his degrading comments about women on TV and on radio.
Lutterodt recently was spotted in an interview with TV Africa, after he launched an unwarranted attack on Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson.
The Counselor in his damning comments labeled the actress as a “born-one, shameless ashawo who has no iota of disgrace to shut up about her adulterous life after having a daughter out of wedlock.”
His comment infuriated some Ghanaians, including actors, who took to social media to attack him in a similar fashion.
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