- Musician A-Plus has jabbed actress Moesha Buduong after her CNN interview
- The musician said not all women depended on men to rent their own apartments
Musician and staunch NPP supporter, Kwame A-Plus, has waded into the ongoing backlash being ‘released’ on actress and model, Moesha Babiinoti Buduong after her interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour went viral.
Kwame A-Plus, like many others, had some reservations about the comments made by the actress even though he agreed with her to some extent.
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The controversial musician in a number of posts made on social media site Instagram, spelled out a number of issues related to the viral video.
Kwame A-Plus, after sharing a screenshot on Instagram, captioned it, “Dear @moeshaboduong You have a supporter in me but please learn to use words like; most, some and majority. You must also make use of phrases like I think, in my opinion, I suspect etc. Secondly, support is totally different from depend. A man can support a hardworking lady he is chopping. There is nothing wrong with that especially when They are in a relationship. But to say you depend solely on a man to make a living because the economy is bad and state categorically that all the hardworking women who have rented their own places and are making a living for themselves do same is below the belt. Wa ka nkwasiasɛm a efiri wiase ashɛse ebi mbaa da, na ebi remba da. Wa no sɛ beam balance”.
A-Plus indicated that there was no problem with a woman and a man in a relationship sleeping together and helping each other financially.
He went on to slam the actress for degrading hardworking women in the society by calling her comments unfortunate and “below the belt”.
A-Plus continued by advising the actress who doubles as a model to learn how to stop generalizing and adopt the use of words such as “most”, “some” and “majority”.
Actress Moesha Babiinoti Boduong has attracted heavy criticism from social media after she made some comments regarding Ghana’s economy and how difficult it was living as a woman in the country.
Some top citizens and celebrities including Pastor Mensa Otabil, Efia Odo, Confidence Haugen, Vicky Zugah and Eazzy have all expressed their disappointment following Moesha’s interview with award-winning journalist, Christiane Amanpour.
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