- A radio presenter has alleged that Tracey Boakye was probably the reason Nayas slept with Ernest Opoku
- According to the presenter, Nayas and Tracey Boakye, Ernest Opoku’s ex-girlfriend were good friends
- Ernest Opoku and Nayas have been in the news for a couple of days following a ‘chop chop’ saga
Local gospel singer, Ernest Opoku and actress Gladys Mensah Boako, popularly known as Nayas have been ‘all over the place’ following reports of sleeping together and mention of an abortion which was coupled with a lashing incident recently.
However, it has been alleged that Nayas got herself embroiled in this whole controversy because of fellow actress, Tracey Boakye.
According to a radio presenter known as Tagor of Golden Radio in Worcester, Nayas decided to warm the bed of Ernest Opoku after she had been informed of his ‘expertise’ by Tracey Boakye.
The radio presenter said that Tracey Boakye, who happens to be the former girlfriend of the gospel singer might have testified of Ernest Opoku’s exploit in bed which tempted Nayas to also have a feel of the singer.
In corroborating the happenings leading to the ‘chop chop’, the radio presenter revealed that Nayas and Tracey Boakye were very close friends so it was probably through conversation that Nayas got to hear of Ernest’s ‘power’ in bed and also wanted a feel of him.
Ernest Opoku and Nayas have been involved in a number of reports that have gone viral on social media in the past few days.
Nayas alleged that the singer put her in the family way and ‘bribed’ her with GHc 5,000 and 15 pieces of cloth to perform an abortion in order to save his career.
The gospel singer has allegedly denied the allegation but is reported to have stated that his intimacy with the actress was a ‘mistake’.
His comments appeared to have infuriated the actress who stormed the offices of Ado FM in Accra with a cane and lashed the living daylight out of the singer.
The singer and the radio station have lodged a formal compliant at the police station over the ‘assault’ incident.
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