- Veteran singer and actress Paulina Oduro has stated that she was never attracted to Ghanaian men when she was young because, with the slightest opportunity they get, they lie
- Paulina Oduro said to avoid the lies of the men in Ghana, she chose to date men from Jamaican and Dominican Republic in her youthful days.
- She added that Ghanaian men have an "excessive lying nature".
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Veteran Ghanaian highlife singer Paulina Oduro says she registered her displeasure at the lying nature of Ghanaian men.
Paulina Oduro who was speaking in an interview on 'The Delay Show' and monitored by YEN.com.gh, said he was never attracted to Ghanaian men when she was young because, with the slightest opportunity they get, they lie.
“One thing I have noticed about Ghanaian men; they have to learn not to lie. They have to be straight forward,” She disclosed.
Paulina Oduro also added that Ghanaian men have an "excessive lying nature".
She said to avoid the lies of the men in Ghana, she chose to date men from Jamaican and Dominican Republic in her youthful days.
She noted that aside from Ghanaian men being deceptive, lots of them are also controlling.
“Ghanaian men are very controlling. My father is also a Ghanaian. I just have preferences as to how I would like to be treated,” she said.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana's Dancehall icon Shatta Wale was currently in the studio cooking a new banger with AMG rapper Medikal and Highlife singer King Promise.
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In a video sighted on Twitter by YEN.com.gh, the three were seen delivering massive verses on the song which is yet to be released by Shatta Wale.
The video appeared to have been shot in Shatta Wale's studio where he produces most of his hit songs.
The video comes after Medikal gifted Shatta Wale with an iPhone 11 Pro to be able to reach him anytime and anywhere on Phone.
Fans of these 3 artistes are patiently waiting for the song to be finally released so they can jam to it at parties and the clubs.
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