- Former HIV/AIDS ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, has waded into the Tracey Boakye-Mzbel saga
- She said she doubts that whoever bought Tracey Boakye’s East Legon house is an NDC man
- Mensah said NDC men are chisel and would never spend such huge sum on a woman
- Dzidzor said she was “used and dumped” by an NDC big man without even getting a bicycle
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Former HIV/AIDS ambassador, Joyce Dzidzor Mensah, has spoken on the trending Mzbel and Tracey Baokye’s issue involving one ‘Papa No’.
The Papa No who has been speculated to be a top NDC man who has dated singer Mzbel and currently dates Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye.
The NDC man is alleged to have bought a house at East Legon for Tracey Boakye, and also fathered her daughter.
However, Dzidzor Mensah says she won’t accept that because NDC men are chisel.
She said she doubts if truly the NDC man in question bought the East Legon house for Dzidzor because NDC men are chisel and do not pay for sleeping with women.
Narrating her own example, Dzidzor said one NDC man slept with her and refused to give her anything in return.
In her own words: “…Because me i didn't even get a bicycle with my do*gy style.”
Dzidzor added that she would be live on the evening of Tuesday, August 18, 2020, to open up on the behaviour of some of the NDC men.
Meanwhile, Dzidzor was in the news some time back telling how former president John Mahama and his wife Lordina “used and dumped her”.
In a related development, MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has named former president Mahama as the NDC man in question.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Agyapong disclosed how Mahama ended up buying three houses for Tracey – one in Kumasi, and the other two in Accra.
Tracey has, however, rubbished Agyapong’s claim saying Mahama is not the father of her daughter neither is he the one who bought her the houses.
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