A press statement from the lawyers of Inna Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana, the organizers of Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant to the general public and media houses to desist from further publications on the Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant scandal has indeed put some fear in writers, bloggers and media houses.
After severally failed attempts to get Inna Patty to speak and clear herself on the allegations, that never happened but rather to the amazement of Ghanaians, a warning to online portals and media houses in a form of press statement to desist from publications on the matter was issued on December 20.
The allegations were described as vicious, malicious, false and defamatory in the press statement and further went ahead to warn publishers to desist from further publications on the scandal. It was also stated that any further publication by any media house, bloggers or online portal would be held responsible as they wait for the further actions against their accusers.
It is on record that four former Miss Ghana winners disclosed to Ghanacelebrities.com of what could be described as exploitation, ‘pimping’, physical and verbal abuse during their reign as ‘Queens’ by the CEO of Exclusive Events Ghana–Inna Patty.
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A 2000 word article on the whole scandal was published on Ghanacelebrities.com, the article in no time went viral and got people talking and asking pertinent questions as to why such young girls in pursuit of their dreams could be given such ill-treatment by organizers of Ghana’s flagship beauty pageant.
Social media and the internet was set ablaze as audio conversations with Chris-Vincent and the four former beauty queens sharing their plights went viral. It became the topic on almost all the big media houses and online portals across the country.
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Chris-Vincent, the Founding Editor of Ghanacelebrities.com after a few hours of intercepting the press statement by Akuf0-Addo, Prempeh & Co.–lawyers for Inna Patty and Exclusive Events Ghana, has described their press release as “Drunkard Press Statement” to gag every person and media houses from talking about the Miss Ghana scandal.