In Ghana, most female personalities in the entertainment industry are known for showing more flesh.
Key among them are Efia Odo, Sister Deborah, Stephanie Benson, Benedicta Gafah, Moesha Boduong, and others.
While these entertainers are applauded by a section of the society, they also face the full backlash from people at the other side.
In reaction to this, radio/TV host and actress Andrea Owusu, popularly known as Efia Odo has stated that people should rather like them for the “positives and leave the negatives.”
“Same social media platform that has people like me who dress showing skin also has other influencers who might cover up more. People choose who they relate to more, If you like someone then just like them for their positives and leave the negatives!,” she tweeted.
In a somewhat endorsement post, Sister Deborah said “even Jesus Christ was half-nak£d on the cross.”
“But how can showing skin in Ghana even be a negative when it’s so hot?! Even Jesus Christ was half n$ked on the cross and if it was harmful to us then Christians should’ve dressed him in post presentations at least. Or?”
But how can showing skin in Ghana even be a negative when it’s so hot?! Even Jesus Christ was half naked on the cross and if it was harmful to us then Christians should’ve dressed him in post presentations at least. Or? https://t.co/7ueVVt2W7X
— Sister Deborah (@deborahvanessa7) January 24, 2019
Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com
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