Not so long ago Keminni Amanor, a senior reporter at GhOne TV jumped to the defense of socialite Moesha Boduong for her comments passed on CNN’s Amanpour show, where Moesha revealed that the economic necessity in Ghana is what drives some women to date men who can support them — even if they’re married.
Taking a twist to the defense, embattled rapper M.anitest has also mocked Moesha by seconding her comments with a lyric from his ‘Sugar’ record which featured Byrmo.
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The hook for ‘Sugar’ sung by Nigeria’s Brymo goes like “Person wey get money na e dey love” “Oya cut me the paycheck mek we fuck”, “Sugar, sugar eh”… “Affection for favuor, kini score”
In a tweet to his 787k followers, M.anifest recounted the lyric ‘Affection for favour’ simply summarizing Moesha Boduong’s hustle in the economic sternness which led her to date married men who also have other mistresses.
Although “Affection for favour” may seem as a tease, it’s a complete lyric from the song below. The song narrates Moesha Boduong’s interview. The hard truth!
CNN featured Moesha Boduong on an episode of ‘Sex & Love Around the World’.
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour talked with Moesha Bodoung on the topic “When being a mistress is a financial decision”.
“[In] Ghana, our economy is in such a way that you just need someone to take care of you. You can’t make enough money as a woman here because even if you want to get an apartment, in Ghana you pay two years in advance and I just started working, where will I get money to pay for an apartment for two years,” she told Amanpour in an interview.
Christiane Amanpour: Are you basically telling me that you have sex with this guy essentially to pay your rent?
Moesha Boduong: Because he can afford to take care of you, he takes care of me, my financial stuff: my apartment, my car, my rent, everything.
In return, she said: “He expects me to be loyal and just to date him only and give him sex when he wants it”.