After releasing the controversial video featuring Ghanaian actress, Instagram model and ‘slay queen’, Moesha Boduong, CNN’s Christian Amanpour has drop another exclusive interview with a Ghanaian fisherman.
The CNN Journalist who appears to be touring Ghana with her 'Sex and Love Around the World' has succeeded in causing huge controversy on Ghana’s media space after releasing her first interview.
However, another episode has taken her to James Town, a fishing community in Accra, where she interviewed a young man believed to be in his mid-forties on 'Is cheating a rich man's game?".
The young fisherman who doubles as a footballer in his opinion told the Christiane Amanpour that he believes only rich men can afford to have mistress' aside their wives because they have the means.
"I don't cheat on my wife because I'm poor", he answered, when quizzed whether he cheats on his wife.
The young man’s answer which was rather interesting made Mrs. Amanpour probe further about the relationship between ‘money and infidelity’.
“So this is rather interesting, you did say that you don’t cheat because you are a poor person, would you say that the people who cheat are mostly the rich people who can afford to have a wife and a mistress and a girlfriend”, she asked.
The fisherman on his part responded, “Because of their money, when you are rich you can decide to choose any woman you want, but I am a poor person I have to stay with one lady”.
Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday released her first interview after touching down in Ghana featuring actress Moesha Bodoung.
Moesha who has incurred the wrath of many Ghanaians told CNN that Ghana’s economy was such that it was almost impossible for her to earn enough money excerpts she sleeps with marriage men to keep her affluent lifestyle.
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?”
But Moesha in a responds said, “Because he can afford to take care of you. He takes care of me, my financials, my apartment, my car, my rent everything.”
However, the Moesha has been widely condemned by many Ghanaian personalities including Counselor Luttereodt, actor John Dumelo, musician Eazzy, DKB, Lydia Forson and others have jabbed her for what they described as a shameful comment.
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