GHONE TV’s news anchor and producer, kemini Amanor, has come at Ghanaians for heavily criticizing Moesha Boduong for saying ‘things’ in an interview on CNN.
Jumping to Moesha’s defense, she said Ghanaians pretend they don’t make mistakes and take the least opportunity they get to criticize people. Her comment comes at the back of so many comments poured on social media criticizing her for her comment which they think is unfair to all Ghanaian women.
Moesha told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that Ghana’s economy is so bad to the extent that women are compelled to have sexual affairs with men just to survive.
Social media users who couldn't stand the actress' generalization have described her as a lazy woman who has dragged the dignity of hardworking Ghanaian women to the mud.
However, the bubbly and experienced news anchor says Moesha's critics are hypocrites.
She continued that Ghanaians are in denial of the fact that most young women sleep with men to gain financial favours.
"Moesha told her reality which reflects that of many young people (not just women) instead of asking how to make things better we are here being holier than thou. Being in denial of this doesn’t change it. Feel free to insult me it won’t add one cedi more to your account. Our denial will only mean our problem is around longer. Ps: y’all be looking for side chics. Keep pretending", Keminni wrote.
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