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Moesha Boduong: Ghanaian actress is apologising to African women for her blunder on CNN | Meets Media
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Moesha Boduong

The actress took to her Instagram page last night, Friday, April 13, 2018, to apologise for her controversial statement.

Moesha Boduong has apologised for what any woman would perceive as an insult to their sex.

In case you missed the Ghanaian actress' controversial CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour, allow us to enlighten you.

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The interview which has since gone viral on social media sees the curvy actress insisting that due to the state of the country's economy, women need men to take care of them, especially when they cannot generate enough money for themselves.

She said, ''Our economy is just in such a way that you just need someone to take care of you. You cannot make enough money as a woman here in Ghana because here in Ghana, when you want to rent an apartment you have to pay for two years and I just started working. When will I get money to get an apartment for two years?''

When asked by Amanpour if she is having sex with her boyfriend essentially to pay her rent, Moesha replied, ''Because he can afford to take care of me''.

Watch the interview below:

 

Of course, any hard working woman would be infuriated by Moesha's assertion, which has eventually spurred her apology.

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The actress took to her Instagram page last night, Friday, April 13, 2018, to apologise for her controversial statement.

See her post below:

 

Apology accepted? Tell us what you think.

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