Many women around the world consider physical abuse in any form amorous relationship as a crime, but that is not the case for Ghanaian singer, Ms Forson.
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The ‘Wo Di Mi Ruff’ singer says she loves it anytime her boyfriend beats her up because it makes her feel good after.
Though Ms Forson admits that she is strongly against violence against women, she is turned on anytime her boyfriend gives her a good beating and pampers her after.
Speaking on Starr FM, the Black Avenue Muzik signee disclosed that her boyfriend beating her, making up with her and pampering her is one of her fantasies.
“It’s not good but for me, I like it because it makes me feel good. Some people like it that way, others don’t.
He has to beat me sometimes so we make up. When he beats me, he’ll pamper me. We all have our preferences”, Ms Forson stated.
Ironically, Ms Forson is currently promoting her new single titled ‘Wo Be Su’, which according to her speaks about violence against women.
Ms Forson recently alleged that Bullet of RuffTown Records forcefully had her divorce her husband of four months. Ms Forson, speaking in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, said Bullet told her she could not combine marriage and music, therefore, she should opt-out.
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