Host of Adom FM’s morning show, Captain Smart says actress Moesha Boduong deserves commendation than condemnation for disclosing that she sleeps with a married man for money.
The actress said on CNN during a discussion on ‘When being a mistress is a financial decision’ that the state of Ghana’s economy has compelled her to sleep with a married man for survival.
“Ghana our economy is such that you just need someone to take care of you because you can’t make enough money as a woman here. When you want to get an apartment, in Ghana you pay two years in advance and I just started working, where will I get the money,” she noted.
On what the man expects in return, Moesha said, “He expects me to be loyal and just to date him only and give him sex when he wants .You can’t say no. You have to give him what he wants otherwise he is going to think you are cheating on him.
Her statement has engendered controversy with a section of the public labelling her ‘a prostitute’ whereas others have lambasted her for making such utterances on an international platform, Abrantepa.com has taken notice.
But speaking on Daybreak Hitz, Thursday, Captain Smart applauded the actress for her frankness and called for a rent policy. He further indicated that it was time leaders paid attention to solving the incessant unemployment rate as many graduates and professionals are jobless.
“Even nurses and teachers are still home. They’ve not been posted. What do you expect them to do? In this country, people cannot even take care of their own children. We must be proactive and pragmatic and begin to work; better the life of the ordinary” he suggested.
Captain Smart indicated that critics of Moesha are being hypocritical because what she said was indeed the reality.
“Is what she said a lie?” he queried. “We live in a country that they are demanding two-year advance from you for rent. Nobody is talking about it. This lady goes to the international stage and says it and we are pretending as if it’s not happened anywhere before. She is right. We should have a rent policy.”