- Renowned on-air personality Delay has interviewed Ogidi Brown on The Delay Show
- The audacious TV show host asked the OGB Music boss whether he has a functioning manhood
- An excerpt from the interview shows Ogidi Brown seemingly embarrassed by the question during their engagement
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The audacious Ghanaian on-air personality, Deloris Frimpong-Manso, popularly known as Delay, left OGB Music boss, Ogidi Brown, astonished with a question about his manhood during a recent interview.
The outspoken media personality, who is known for her compelling and daring style of interviewing her guests, had the former manager of singer Fameye almost tongue-tied when she asked about the state of his manhood.
In an excerpt from the interview on The Delay Show, which is set to be aired on Sunday, December 10, Delay asked Ogidi Brown, who is wheelchair-bound a series of questions, including whether he could drive.
Explaining the miracle to a puzzled Delay who wondered how he could drive, the OGB Music boss said he drives with his right hand because he can't use his 'paralysed' legs.
''I was told that I could not use my right hand, but I can now drive. I use a customised car with assembled features that enable me to drive and do everything with the hand,'' he said.
The audacious TV host went ahead to ask about whether Ogidi Brown has functioning manhood.
The excerpt from the interview shows Ogidi Brown seemingly embarrassed by the question during their engagement.
Watch the interview below.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a video of Ogidi Brown in the Antoa township emerged following reports that he was reporting singer Fameye to the deity over a debt.
In a video, some parts of a dusty road were being videoed and the signage which read "Antoa" was captured.
The story which accompanied the video has it that Ogidi Brown is seeking to get back some money he allegedly gave to the Nothing I Get singer when they worked together.
In other YEN.com.gh news, Ghanaian musician Patapaa Amisty has tied the knot with his German sweetheart, Liha Miller, in a beautiful traditional wedding.
The wedding ceremony was held on Saturday [today], January 2, 2020, in Agona Swedru in the Central Region.
Stunning wedding photos from the traditional wedding show the One Corner hitmaker and Swedru star donning a white African attire while his German wife wore a large regal kente cloth.
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