-Abena Korkor is questioning reports suggesting that she had apologised for making 'false' claims of sleeping with some prominent in exchange for pay.
-She insists that her claims were not 'false allegations' as reported but she apologised for her conduct in bringing out the matter.
There had been media reports on Tuesday that Nana Abena Korkor Addo had apologised for 'falsely' claiming on social media that she had slept with over 40 prominent men in Ghana and you though that was the end.
But in the latest twist, Abena Korkor has recanted the apology as reported in the media saying her allegations were not lies.
The report which is said to have emanated from the myjoyonline had apparently been based on Abena Korkor's Whatsapp status a few days after she alleged that the men on the list including Joy FM's, Kojo Yankson, NPP's Sammy Awuku, Live FM's KOD and rapper Criss Waddle had paid between GHC2,000 to GHC3,000 to sleep with her.
“I apologize if I hurt anyone. God be our strength”, she reportedly had put on her Whatsapp profile.
However, in a video posted on her Instagram page, Abena Korkor, who wondered why she would apologise for something which is true, stood by her earlier claims contrary to the reports.
"I didn't lie about anything. I'm just apologising for my actions but they are not false allegations. I can't live with that", she said.
The post since been taken down but YEN.com.gh got a text of her denial which you can read below:
Abena Korkor, former student of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) came into the media limelight in 2015 when nude images and videos of her surfaced online.
Reports at the time suggested she had leaked the pictures and videos as part of strategy to become popular in order to win the school's SRC President elections but it was later revealed that she was suffering from bipolar disorder.
Though her condition makes her mentally unstable, her insistence on the truthfulness of her 'pay for sex' claims, if true, reveals a very horrid picture of men in positions using their resources to take advantgae of the vulnerable.
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