Most women find excuses and blame men for demanding sex before jobs – Delay

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An apparent rise in a culture of sexual demands and favors shows larger truths about the abuse that some young people face in acquiring jobs in Ghana, to a larger extent Africa. Most women find excuses and blame men for demanding sex before jobs - DelayRecently, in an interview, budding talent and screen diva Moesha told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that Ghana’s economy is so bad to the extent that women are compelled to have sexual affairs with married men just to survive.

The above statement, though true, seems to be a lazy call from most ladies who aren’t willing to just go the extra mile, Deloris Frimpong Manso best known as Delay has revealed.

According to the radio and TV personality, Delay, most ladies in Ghana are lazy hence the need t depend on men for their survival. She condemned ladies who demand money from men in exchange for sex and other offers adding that “Women find excuses, they always say I am a woman I can’t do this I can’t do that.”

Reacting to comments passed during a question and answer section, Delay advised young women to stop being lazy when asked what her views are regarding women who trade sex for jobs.

“I personally didn’t face that challenge of ‘I want to sleep with you’, it’s not like I don’t have a banging body, I have a banging body. I always feel like when three girls are walking, there’s always that girl that everyone wants to sleep with because of how she carries herself.”

“When men see cheap girls, they see, so if you give them that space they will always take advantage of you. We are always blaming people saying that person wants to be with me, it because at times we don’t carry ourselves well. Women find excuses, they always say I am a woman I can’t do this I can’t do that, You can do it and no one is going to do it for you. Stop saying this and that, no one wants to sleep with you, you are just a lazy person”, she said.

Delay was speaking at the International Youth Summit on Wednesday at the National Theatre, Accra.


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