Hon. Ken Agyapong has stated his displeasure over the recent ”Papa No” saga as he condemned how the so-called female celebrities exploit and defame prominent men.
Kennedy waded into the whole ”Papa No” conundrum while on the Hot Seat Show on August 18, 2020, as he exposed Tracey Boakye for blackmailing ex-President John Mahama with his nude pictures and videos.
Tracey, in a quick response, took to Facebook Live denying any of these allegations and warning the Member of Parliament to not take a side when he doesn’t have all the facts.
According to Tracey, she is, in no way, involved with the ex-president sexually and so people should stop giving Mahama credit that is due her boyfriend.
Kennedy in another radio interview on Oman FM today has reaffirmed his earlier allegation about, Kumawood actress and producer, Tracey blackmailing Mahama.
”The NDC will never forgive her. She has really done a major disservice to Mahama and the NDC party. The timing is so wrong and obviously we will use it in campaigning against him. While I was on TV talking about it, she had the guts to go on Facebook to deny it and call me names. I don’t think she has was nurtured right, she probably has no elderly people advising her”, the lawmaker said.
The Member of Parliament for Assin central added that he despises how the so-called celebrities in this country are profusely slandering prominent men.
He asserted that he does not subscribe to the idea of anybody claiming to be a celebrity in the country.
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”The so-called female celebrities in this country should keep their mouths shut. Yesterday it was Ken Dappah, today it is Mahama, tomorrow it could be you Kwabena Kwakye. If you are a celebrity, behave as such so people will emulate you. These ladies have destroyed Mahama. He is bound to lose mercilessly because of this. If care is not taken these celebrities would use social media to destroy some very good men in this country”, Kennedy said.