These are Delay's most memorable interviews

These are Delay's most memorable interviews

Deloris Frimpong Manso has managed to set herself apart from every other interviewer for so many years now because of the braveness with which she questions her guests; she goes for the questions everyone else is thinking but wouldn’t dare ask.

That, for many years, has been the secret to her successful show which airs weekly on TV.

Most of the interview that are granted her end up making headlines and is talked about for weeks.

Here are 4 of Delay’s most memorable interview on her show and you are about to find out why.

Moesha Boduong

In this interview, Moesha revealed that she was only ready to date men who were ready to take care of all her financial needs and nothing less.

These are Delay's most memorable interviews

Wanlov The Kubolor

This interview spelt doom for the Delay Show on TV3. After the whole fiascos of showing Wanlov’s “hooha” live on TV, the station was forced to cancel the show airing on it’s platform.

These are Delay's most memorable interviews

Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale made so many damning statements about some of his colleagues and critics in the industry that made news for weeks. For instance, he said Criss Waddle was gay and dared him to reveal the source of his wealth.

These are Delay's most memorable interviews

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Annica Nsiah-Apau

This is the latest new making interview on the Delay show where Annica, wife of Ghanaian rapper Okyeame Kwame revealed that she and her husband have sex every day except for days she is on her period or when they are away from each other.

These are Delay's most memorable interviews

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Which Delay interview has been the most memorable for you?

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