Ghanaian rapper, Ayigbe Edem has waded into the on-going debate about whether or not National Security Minister Kan Dapaah should be blamed for the turn of events that led to a leaked video of him and his side chick having a romantic conversation.
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According to Edem, Ghanaians need to stop crucifying the old man and let his wife handle him however she pleases.
Edem's comments come on the back of a leaked video of a romantic conversation between National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah and an alleged side chick.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Edem said he sees nothing wrong with the Kan Dapaah leaked video since it was two adults indulging in a conversation which does not bother anyone.
“Okay So ..I honestly See nothing wrong with Kan Dapaah’s video. Two Adults can indulge in anything once it doesn’t bother anybody. The convo to sounded one-sided too U should be careful if you are asked what are u wearing ooo” – he tweeted.
However, Edem was quick to say that since Kan Dapaah is a married man, it only right for Ghanaians to allow his wife to a problem with his actions and not the public.
"He get wife..Let his wife have a problem with his actions not u an outsider..," he added.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Business mogul and politician, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong had made an allegation that a top female TV presenter leads slay queens to sleep with big men in and out of the country.
Kennedy Agyapong's comments come on the back of a leaked video of a romantic conversation between National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah and an alleged side chick identified as Chantelle Kujawu.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, he alleged that the TV Presenter in question links the slay queens to the big men for cash and favours and later turns around to blackmail these big men.
These slay queen either film their acts, record their phone conversations or keep chats with these big men and later blackmail them with it.
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