- Former NDC MP Rachel Appoh has addressed reports that she dated Elikem and had an affair with him
- She said everything about her relationships is strictly private
- Appoh said she owes no one an explanation about what she does with her private life
- She said she is a grown-up and can do whatever she likes with her life
A former NDC MP for Gomoa Central, Rachel Appoh, has finally addressed the many issues surrounding her involvement with actor Elikem Kumordzie.
The two had been reported to be sleeping together and even dating when Elikem had a wife, and she had a husband.
However, in a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Appoh said whoever she chooses to date or sleep with is her own business and private life, therefore, she owes no one any explanation.
Asked to answer yes or no about if they ever dated, the former MP stressed: “I won’t answer a yes or no on this topic, it is my private life, and I don’t owe anyone any explanation.”
There was also a report that she lured Elikem with a customised cake for sex, as was alleged by her formerly good friend Afia Scwhar, and published by YEN.com.gh.
According to Afia, Appoh sent her the photo of the customised cake and wrote that Elikem “came for it and we made love, not just sex”.
But Appoh has denied that saying she never sent any cake to Afia or anybody.
She admitted a cake was done for Elikem by her production crew, but when the cake was delivered to him, she was even out of the country.
Appoh went on to say that Afia’s photo was photoshop done to tarnish her image.
She added that her husband married another lady in Canada, therefore, she is also at liberty to get involved with whoever, and that remains her sole business.
Please fast-forward to the 34th-40th minute to watch Rachel Appoh speak on this subject:
Meanwhile, the former MP had threatened to take Afia Schwar to court over the many allegations she said were unfounded.
But she later rescinded her decision, saying that some big men begged her to let Afia go.
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