- Ghanaian actress Moesha Boduong has trolled male lecturers of University of Ghana over the new 'Sex For Grades' documentary
- Moesha posted an excerpt of a Nigerian movie as she related it to how University of Ghana lecturers will act towards their female students now
- Celebrity friends, fans and social media users after watching the video joined Moesha to troll the lecturers who have come under heavy criticism
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Popular actress and socialite Moesha Boduong has joined in the 'Sex For Grades' brouhaha after trolling the male lectures of the University of Ghana.
According to Moesha, male lecturers will now drive past their female students anytime they see them on campus without making friends with them.
The actress used an excerpt of a Nigerian movie to illustrate her message which is seen as a troll to the lecturers.
In the video, a lecturer began to pray to God to take him out of temptation after driving past a female student.
Social media users, after watching the video, expressed how hilarious Moesha trolled the lecturers:
@ibraheema_kun agreed the lecturers should run: "Indeed it is time to run away from trouble."
@je_m_appelle_peppermint claimed Moesha has had an experience: "@moeshaboduong I know u have b a victim when you were in legon."
@mums_eyequophiisaac claimed they will still do it: "for just one-week o. They will still continue."
@ewuramabillions expressed how funny the video is: "Hahaaahahaaa GH is really a funny country to be in."
@sconzyjohnzy had this to say: "Hahaha can't stop laughing every bro make sturdy lmao love Africa."
Moesha's video is in relation to the trending brouhaha concerning two University of Ghana lecturers caught on camera proposing to students.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published photos of Prof. Ransford Yaw Gyampo, one of the lecturers exposed in the documentary.
Seven photos of the well-respected professor in his happy moments were published while he battles the on-going dent on his image.
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