Leila Djansi's Brain Is The Size Of A Mosquitoe's Clit*ris — Kwame A Plus

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Leila Djansi

Leila Djansi has done the impossible. She has somehow managed to turn making brain dead posts on social media into an enjoyable hobby for herself.
It wasn’t that long ago that she was advising ladies not to cook, clean or wash for a man until they’re married and she’s back with another puzzling post.
As we reported, Djansi’s comments on the Moesha saga were really mindboggling, as she equivocated a married woman who doesn’t work with Moesha Boduong.
“If you are a woman without a job and cannot fully afford your bills and you enter marriage not so you can have/be a partner, but so the husband can ‘foot the bills’ you are no different [from Moesha]” she said.
But in response, Ghanaian musician A Plus has slammed her and tagged her a bad role model for the youth.
In a post on Facebook, A Plus said he used to respect Djansi a lot but has now realized that her brain is the size of a mosquitoe’s clitoris.
He wrote…
“As for Leila Djansi I had so much respect for her. I saw her as a woman of substance and a very good example for young girls. This comment from her is very unfortunate and I will recommend that she sees a psychiatric for help. How can any sensible woman think that entering into a marriage where a woman carries babies for 9 months, goes into labour that can take her very life, gives birth and spend the rest of her life raising kids while the man provides for them can be compared to moesha and her relationship with someone’s husband or even ashawo? Madam didn’t know that your brain is small like a mosquitoe’s clitoris…. Ah!! Define marriage…. And who said sitting at home, cooking, cleaning, washing, taking kids to and from school is not work….. That is why it’s always good to celebrate the dead. They have finished living their lives and will never disappoint you. I liked this woman….. ????”

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