‘I will not apologize to women; I didn’t disrespect anybody’ - Bulldog clears air
- Bulldog says he will not apologise to any woman because he did not disrespect any woman
- According to him, he meant that women perform best in the bedroom and kitchen as compared to men
- Bulldog however, noted that he will never disrespect women becuase he has a wife and three daughters
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Lawrence Nana Asiamah-Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog says his ‘women belong to the bedroom and kitchen’ comment wasn’t meant in a disrespectful way.
“I didn’t say that women only belong there [bedroom and kitchen] and I didn’t say it in a disrespectful way.”
Speaking in an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on UTV, Bulldog justified why he said what he said and noted he wasn’t going to apologize to anyone.
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Rather, Bulldog claimed he had been abused and insulted on social media, especially Twitter by most women.
According to Bulldog, if he wanted to disrespect women there are a thousand things he would have said to disrespect women.
“It will not make sense for me to disrespect a woman, because I came from a woman… And I have a beautiful wife and three daughters, as well,” he noted.
Bulldog clarified that he was speaking in context on a particular subject. He added that women can aspire to be what ever they want to be but his point was that women “glow and function well in the bedroom and kitchen” as well.
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"Women have their own purpose, the mistake is they start comparing themselves to men. Women are good at adding glory…,” he added.
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He also supported his pointed with biblical examples of how some women in the Bible destroyed things and men.
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The daughter of Ghana’s former president on Thursday, February 6, 2020, presented seven motorbikes to four police stations in the Klottey Korle constituency.
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