- Former HIV/AIDS Ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, has mentioned the names of some Ghanaian celebrities she has had ‘fun’ with
- Joyce said she slept with highlife legend Amandzeba Nat Brew
- She said she has also regretted not accepting Akwaboah’s proposal when he made his intentions clear to her
Former controversial HIV/AIDS Ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, has revealed the names of some big entertainment men she has had some ‘fun’ with in the past.
According to Joyce, she has slept with highlife legend, Amandzeba Nat Brew, when she was just seventeen years.
At that time, Joyce said she was part of a band owned by the ‘Kpanlogo’ hit maker.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Kasapafmonline.com.
Joyce Dzidzor Mensah is popularly known for the drama that later met her role as an HIV/AIDS Ambassador after enjoying immense benefits.
In that drama, Joyce later came out to say she didn’t have HIV or AIDS, to the surprise of Ghanaians.
Even though her portfolio at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital indicated that she had the disease and was living on anti-retroviral drugs, Joyce still refuted the tag ‘AIDS patient’.
However, YEN.com.gh cannot say if Joyce had the intimacy with Amandzeba when she had the disease or not.
Another name she mentioned is popular soul-singer, Akwaboah.
According to Dzidzor, she was in the same Amandzeba band with Akwaboah, and they got close as friends.
She said that Akwaboah proposed love to her, but she rejected the proposal vehemently because he was a ‘child’ to her at then.
Though she did not accept Akwaboah’s proposal, Dzidzor is reported to have disclosed that she was “kissing and fondling with the singer, but never had sex”.
However, Joyce has regretted not accepting Akwaboah’s proposal now that he is a big name in the music industry.
“If I had known Akwaboah would’ve been this famous, I should’ve accepted his proposal right away. I regret telling Akwaboah, he is a small boy so I can’t date him. We both kissed and caressed but we never had sex though his actions show he wanted sex,” Dzidzor Mensah said.
Meanwhile, Dzidzor Mensah turned a musician along her way as HIV/AIDS Ambassador.
She released a song ‘Bye bye’ somewhere in 2012.
Amandzeba Nat Brew is also popularly known for his traditional timeless songs: ‘Kpanlogo ye de’, ‘Wogbe jeke’, ‘Baawo’, just to mention a few.
Akwaboah, born Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah, is a musician and songwriter.
He was signed by Sarkcess Music, a record label owned by BET Award winner Sarkodie. Akwaboah also produced and co-wrote BET Award winner Sarkodie’s fourth album Mary.
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