Embattled Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong has claimed that most women in the country use medicinal gels to tighten their vagina.
The under-fire socialite said most women opt for vagina tightening gels in order to offer “more pleasure” to their sex partners.
Moesha became an object of public scrutiny when she said in an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that Ghanaian ladies depend on married men for survival.
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He comments were criticized by the majority of Ghanaians, forcing her to later come out to apologise.
Earlier this week, the full video of the interview was released by CNN and it appears the actress made more worrying claims.
According to her, many Ghanaian ladies buy into the idea of using vagina tightening gels.
“In Ghana, we like to please the men first that is why we use all these things to just make them enjoy the sex; we please our men before we think about ourselves,” Moesha said.
“You need to be a freak in the sheet; that’s why I am the favourite mistress,” she added.
CNN has aired the full interview with Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong in which the model made headlines by claiming that Ghana’s economy is so bad that women are compelled to have sexual affairs with men just to survive.
This was captured in the Season One, Episode Six edition of the series dubbed: “Sex & Love Around the World”.
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