Ghanaian stars have reacted to actress Moesha Boduong’s ‘Sex for Survival’ comment and like many citizens, it has generally been one of condemnation.
In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, the socialite noted that she survives by offering rich men sex.
However, her comment did not go down with most personalities.
This news source monitored this on social media, specifically on Twitter and the likes of Edem, Donzy Chaka, DJ Kess, Sammy Forson, Kwaw Kese, Lydia Forson have all reacted.
Read their tweets below:
I get it, Thats how she rolls.. She was being honest.. And i guess it made headlines cus it sounds dumb.. 🤷🏽♀️
— Marley® (@DjKessGh) April 11, 2018
Spend within your means…Cut your coat below ur size ..If u can’t take a taxi take trotro..If u can’t buy papaye buy Amalia waakye..N stop telling us Economy!! Any body wether man or woman wey want things ihn pocket no fit hold ..would eventually bend their rules
— Ayigbe Edem (@iamedem) April 11, 2018
To all the hard working Ghanaian women in high ranking positions, I think it’s about time you condemn this shallow mindedness 🙆🏿🙆🏿 .. @girlplaystore @yvonnenelsongh @TheAnitaErskine @lydiaforson @yvonneokoro @confihaugen @Naa_Ashorkor @delayghana https://t.co/fZznsPjSWh
— The Greatest (@sammyforson) April 12, 2018
School- Sex for Grades.
Work – Sex for Employment.
Relationship- Sex for favours.
Let’s not pretend; at nearly every phase in a woman’s life, sex is often used as a condition of advancement, usually set by men in control of the means to this.
That’s the real conversation here.
— Miss Forson (@lydiaforson) April 12, 2018loading...
Moesha 🤩🤪 #sokoo edwamaen
Now all the other gals for come tell us how they pay their rent 😹😹😹😹😹😹😹😹
God bless all the independent women who grind for themselves
— Katiboom (@kwawkese) April 12, 2018
MOESHA Next time when speaking the truth Dnt generalize it else u will hurt the innocent ones …u are trending tho,be strong 👊🏼💪🏼
— Donzy 🔝 (@Donzy_Chaka) April 12, 2018