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Don’t Blame Ghana Girls for Using Men as ATMs - Criss Waddle
Source: ghanaweb.com   |   June 13, 2017   |  112 Views

Rapper and CEO of AMG Business, Criss Waddle has said Ghanaian girls should not be blamed for their perception that they always should demand money among others from men.

According to him, Ghana girls aren’t prostitutes like some people think but rather the system in the country doesn’t favor them to attain Jobs or have access to less expensive secondary and tertiary education.

This situation, the Ayi (Azonto Ghost) hit maker claims have resulted women to the tradition of seeing Ghanaian men as nothing than ATM devices – unattended machine that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used.

“Ghana girls are not Ashawo like we think, it’s the system, no jobs, school is expensive, tradition says men have to take care of women, so therefore…Men became ATm machines, Then came Mobile Money after ATM! #SituationAboutTheCondition #AmGBUSINESS”…” he posted on his Facebook wall. Check it out HERE.

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