Popular host of TV3’s award-winning program Edziban, actor and leading commercial T.V Ad personality and former NDC Parliamentary candidate for Tarkwa Nsuaem Mr Seth Kwame Dzokoto has written a deep article about the controversy surrounding Moesha Boduong’s CNN comments.
While he unreservedly condemned the utterances of Moesha Boduong, the actor had an explanation.
He attributes it all to a culture of a “new reality” Ghanaians and our society is refusing to confront head-on, and by that, are creating the perfect condition for more Moeshas to mushroom from social media and live largely on the largesse of benevolent, sex-craving rich men who will pay to have their way.
According to him, “Side-Chick is part of our vocabulary now, mothers are proud pimps to their daughters, in fact grand mums are forced to run the creche that fosters innocent human byproducts so they in turn can be catered for”, he wrote.
“Fathers are scared but have no control, casual sex with benefit is available on the pulpit as much it is a badge of honour to be the president’s official “bae”. That’s our generation, get rich or die trying… Which type of Moesha are you? He asked.
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..Unfortunately, a lady with ass and cleavage as her claim to beauty displays “unintelligible” skill at putting thoughts into spoken language establishing a Ghanaian reality on international TV and the intellectuals amongst us are grappling over only her stupidity…? [Cul
On the same count a good number of these so called celebs/slay queens probably are fortuned from their beauty and occasional public delinquents like the Moesha infantile rant at the seat of CNN’s Amanpour.
That is how low our society has sunk, a serial caller who administers a public toilet turns to politics, in the next government, the “toilet graduate” is haggling with a professor over an International Defence Agreement.
In our generation, there is a seeming exclusivity for the beautiful and dumb or loud and cheap bravado to be favored just because they are willing to offer sex upfront or or play stooges ….the state will honour Agya Koo over Kow Ansah for contributions to film in Ghana.
Invest in paid for stories in main stream media, pay bloggers, pay Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook…just build yourself a hype and you instantly become a “person of public interest” whose opinion is premium to news media.
Think of it, how many of our politicians don’t come across as dumb and loud mouthed….?
Their whims will override the findings of a research fellow, how many pretty girls do you know are successful in life but have no tax records or employment history to show for their wealth…? These “Moeshas” are the role models our media expose our wards to and there is ready defence from a cross section of the society that “it is today’s reality” and you ask; must we perpetuate this reality…?
Well known for what they do, there are variants of “Moeshas” at all levels in Ghana; middle-aged single ladies who call themselves “independent boss ladies”, they prey on both innocent and willing young men all of whom also have financial needs…through it all, sex has survived all of Ghana’s economic reforms as a constant I refer to as Venture Capital Sex.
Wait till same-sex union is legalised under this watch, that’s when young men will have a claim to sex so they can also support their families, buy cars and pay rent in the name of fighting off poverty.
Side-Chick is part of our vocabulary now, mothers are proud pimps to their daughters, in fact grand mums are forced to run the creche that fosters innocent human byproducts so they in turn can be catered for.
Fathers are scared but have no control, casual sex with benefit is available on the pulpit as much it is a badge of honour to be the president’s official “bae”. That’s our generation, get rich or die trying…
Which type of Moesha are you…? In Sekondi we say, “TOGETHER WE SHINE”
Ghana, in Moesha we find our shame – SHE IS OUR REALITY.
Source : Mynewsgh.com