Moesha is not entirely wrong – Celestine Donkor speaks

Moesha is not entirely wrong – Celestine Donkor speaks

- Celestine Donkor says Ghanaians must hear Moesha out rather than condemning her to 'death'

- The Gospel musician believes Moesha has stirred an important debate that needs national attention

Popular Ghanaian gospel musician, Celestine Donkor, has waded into the controversial interview featuring Ghanaian Instagram model, Moesha Boduong and international news network, CNN.

According to the singer, the Ghanaian model and actress was spot on and cannot be entirely wrong when she told the CNN that some young Ghanaian women sleep with married men to keep up an affluent lifestyle.

Moesha is not entirely wrong – Celestine Donkor speaks

Celestine Donkor, Gospel musician

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“Dear Ghana, HEAR MOESHA OUT! – She is not entirely wrong. She represents the voice of Many Confused, Frustrated and vulnerable “MOESHA(s)’/WOMEN in our society,” the singer wrote on her Facebook page.

The gospel musician in an emphatic social media comment went ahead to advise Moesha Bodoung to consider the vanity of life and rather focus on internal life when she loses her life one day.

“Thank you for being the voice of many MOESHAS out there. But my dear, Life is not all about owning cars, houses and looking good. One day the owner of your life will come back for you… It is better to struggle here on earth and enjoy eternal life after, than to waste your beauty for vanity and burn in hell….Please Think About this!”, Celestine said.

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The self-styled Ghanaian actress and ‘slay queen’ in an earlier interview told CNN’s Christiane Amanpuor that Ghana’s economy was so hard that many young Ghanaian women (just like herself) only survive by sleeping with married men in exchange of money.

“In Ghana our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will I get money to pay?” she said.

However, many Ghanaians have been angered by Moesha’s comments with some pouring insults on the actress for painting wrong picture about Ghanaian women.

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Please read Celestine Donkor’s unedited Facebook post below:

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