Moesha’s CNN interview: Social media users lock horns over Captain Smart’s 'endorsement'

Moesha’s CNN interview: Social media users lock horns over Captain Smart’s 'endorsement'

Ghanaian Instagram model, actress and ‘slay queen’, Moesha Boduong on Friday apologized to Ghanaians after she received heavy backlash from a section of the public over her recent CNN interview.

Moesha who was interviewed by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on her television series, ‘Love and Sex Around the World’ incurred the wrath of many, after she told the world that she sleeps with people’s husbands in other to raise enough money for her two years rent.

Moesha’s CNN interview: Social media users lock horns over Captain Smart’s 'endorsement'

Captain Smart, Adom FM presenter

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The actress in her interview insisted that the Ghanaian economy is in such a way that women don’t make enough money, but have to resort to other means of making money in order to keep up their affluent lifestyles.

Though Moesha was widely condemned and shamed by some Ghanaian personalities, a popular Adom FM presenter, Captain Smart upheld Moesha’s comment.

The radio presenter endorsing her comment argued that, Moesha’s interview with CNN was spot on, and also a good opportunity for Rent Control to revise Ghana’s rent policy.

Captain Smart concluded that, actress Moesha stated what is obvious and must therefore be commended for being bold to address a very sensitive issue which is eating up many young Ghanaian women.

However, some social media users have expressed divergent opinions about Captain Smart’s comment that appears to be endorsing of Moesha’s comment.

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