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Celebrity | Apr 12, 2018

Ghana's Economy Is So Bad That I'm Forced To Sleep With Other People's Husbands For Money – Moesha Tells CNN

Ghana's Economy Is So Bad That I'm Forced To Sleep With Other People's Husbands For Money – Moesha Tells CNN

Ghanaian actress and model Moesha Boduong has courted controversy on social media after she told CNN that her motivation for dating a married man, just like other women in Ghana, is because the economy is not good.

“In Ghana our economy is such a way that you need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here. Because even when you want to get an apartment, in Ghana they take two years’ advance and I just started working where will get money to pay?”

Stunned by Moesha’s revelation, CNN’s Christine Amanpour asked her “are you basically telling me that you are having sex with this guy to pay your rent?”

Moesha responds,”because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent everything. “

“He expects me to be loyal and take care of him and give him sex when he wants."

Social media reaction
Not everyone is happy with the description the controversial actress has given about Ghana to the world.

Comments on Facebook and Twitter suggest many are outraged by her bold claim.

The tweets
So Moesha too is that how we reveal secrets 😫now people will be questioning how we got our iPhones and MacBooks eh😢 — DelademðŸ'ž (@_martha_daniels) April 11, 2018

Moesha puts a bad label on Ghanaian ladies on CNN. Saying she sleeps with older and probably married men for money.

A THREAD — Shop at @aadepa (@6_lashes) April 11, 2018

CNN has always been looking for bad news to spread about Ghana... Thank God the midget hoe called moesha has given them one.

Ayekoo vuvuzela mouth. — #Supremacy2018 🇬🇭 (@IamStrokz) April 11, 2018

I really hope this Moesha interview won't end at a self-righteous rant but make us have honest conversations about how hard it is for women to get a job/promotion/pay raise on merit & also truthfully engage the statistics on how women have higher poverty and unemployment rates . — Fatima! 🤓 (@FatimaDerby) April 11, 2018

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