Afia Schwarzenegger renews criticism of Moesha Boduong over CNN remarks

Afia Schwarzenegger renews criticism of Moesha Boduong over CNN remarks

Television personality, Afia Schwarzenegger, on Thursday night, renewed her criticism of Moesha Boduong hours after she accused the social media celeb of engaging in prostitution.

Afia Schwarzenegger renews criticism of Moesha Buodong

Moesha Buodong

Her remarks followed Moesha's confession in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour that she sleeps with a married man in exchange for financial assistance.

The celebrity had blamed economic hardship for her decision to seek support from a married man.

But contrasting Moesha with "many young Ghanaian women" who she said were doing "wonderfully well", Afia initially blasted her for sleeping with a married man to make ends meet.

She said although the Ghanaian economy was bad, there was no excuse for Moesha's conduct.

"Our economy is not good but we work [hard] ... we cut our cloth according to our fabric, we don't live for social media likes," she said, adding: "... dating someone's hubby is not a career; sleeping with a man in exchange for anything is prostitution."

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Later in the day, when it emerged that Moesha had rejoiced and thanked God for the opportunity to appear on CNN, Afia renewed her condemnation of the budding actress, suggesting that God would not have been happy with Moesha's remarks on the show.

Afia Schwarzenegger renews criticism of Moesha Buodong

Moesha's Buodong's post on Instagram after the CNN interview

"Sleeping around is not God's blessing and whatever u get from it is NOT from God....stop confusing yourself," Afia wrote in an Instagram post.

Afia's strong condemnation of Moesha typifies the general outrage that the remarks to CNN have provoked.

Afia Schwarzenegger renews criticism of Moesha Boduong

Moesha Boduong

Many Ghanaians have condemned her for, according to them, degrading Ghanaian women and embarrassing the country.

Others, however, have strongly defended Moesha for, in their view, speaking the gospel truth about the plight of many women in Ghana.

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