- Actress Nayas has revealed that Ernest Opoku speaks in tongues whenever they were in bed together
- According to the actress, she always responded to the tongues with ‘Amen’
- Both public figures were in the news over an alleged ‘hit and run’ incident
- Nayas made headlines when she stormed Adom FM to lash Ernest Opoku over comments he made
Actress and movie producer, Nayas, known in real life as Gladys Mensah Boako has once again caused a stir on social media with claims that Ernest Opoku spoke in wild tongues during their intimacy sessions.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Kofi TV and sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewsgh.com, the actress revealed that she enjoyed intimacy with the gospel artiste because he was a real man beneath the sheets.
In describing their escapades, the movie producer alleged that the singer spoke wild tongues every time they got intimate.
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She said during his tongue-speaking period, she always responded with ‘Amen, Amen’ to urge him on while they enjoyed each other.
She ids noted to have said, “When we meet, I start the process. I give him the styles from left to right and I bring it to the center for him. He is good in bed because he can do all that a man needs to do."
Ernest Opoku and Nayas were in the news not too long ago over an alleged case of ‘hit and run’ and the two have been at each other’s throats since.
In a recent development, Nayas stormed the offices of Adom FM in Accra with a cane and gave Ernest Opoku a beating of a lifetime for saying he made a mistake by sleeping with her (Nayas).
The actress vowed to chase the singer everywhere he wenr and beat him up till he apologized for his comments.
Nayas also accused the singer of putting her in the family way and ‘bribing’ her with GHc 5,000 and 15 pieces of cloth to perform an abortion to save his career.
The actress made other shocking revelations about her relationship with the gospel singer in a number of interviews.
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