Actress Efia Odo has come out to add her voice to the women empowerment movement currently rising up among Ghanaian celebrities who are pushing back against s*xual harrasment.
Some have narrated their experiences in facing men who requested to have s*x with them before employing them whilst others have passionately spoken out more generally against the culture which enables it.
Actress Efia Odo has added her voice to the mix although we wonder if she follows the advice she’s dishing out herself.
Writing on Facebook, Odo said women do not have to sell their pu$$ies to get jobs.
“Don’t ever think you have to sell pu$$y to make money.” she wrote.
It’s a noble sentiment, except she seems to be selling something very close to that to make money, what with her always n*de on social media or posting erotic pics or videos to drive up her followership.
Telling others not to be whores only work if you’re not being a little ‘whorish’ yourself.