Some female Media Personalities have disclosed how men are "using and misusing their bodies" because the economy under the leadership of President Nana Akufo-Addo has become very ''hard''.
Strikingly, these female media practitioners, who work with some renowned Accra-based television stations, are hostesses or presenters.
They claim to have turned broke due to hardships under the current NPP administration and, as a result, have resorted to having sex with multiple men in order to make a living.
These startling revelations came up during discussions on Neat FM's ''Entertainment GH'' show.
The issue on the burner was Musician Kwaw Kesse's recent remarks that there is extreme hardship in the country and the President must endeavour to seriously fix the country.
The hiphop artiste chose an unconventional way to wish the President of the Republic a Happy Father’s Day.
In a self-recorded video posted on his Instagram page, the rapper wished President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo a Happy Father’s Day but not without adding some sauce to it.
He decided to remind the President of the hardships Ghanaians are daily facing in the country which are impacting negatively all sectors of the economy including the entertainment industry.
To him, everybody in the country except members of the NPP are complaining about hardship, adding his main concern has to do with the frequent hikes in oil prices.
Commenting on the current economic hardship raised by the "Abodam" hitmaker, one of the panel members recounted how her sexual partners have been ''playing'' with her assets.
She told Ola Michael on Neat FM's ''Entertainment GH'' that some men pay them as low as Ghc 20 and will ''squeeze and suck their breasts so hard'' that the breasts lose its strength.
"The men pay a meagre amount but go on numerous sex rounds with us," she disclosed.
Her other colleagues further narrated the stress they go through in order to dress well and look presentable as well as to also make ends meet.
But, interestingly, amidst the venting of their frustrations on the show, one of these "broke" ladies had in her possession an iphone 12 which costs over a $1000 or equivalent of more than Ghc 6000.
They blamed President Nana Addo for the kind of lifestyle they portray and earnestly impressed on him to fix the country.
Listen to them below:
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