Pepper Dem Ladies Would Be Bashing Men in Public But Lowkey Be Going for Cuddles and Choppings – Former YFM Presenter Lays More Fire – VIDEO

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Former radio presenter of Yfm in Takoradi, Ada-Adaeze Onyinyechie Ayoka, continues to hammer down on members of the Pepper Dem feminist group.

In her interview with Showbiz Agenda, she had harsh words for members of the group who have been tagged as misandrists instead of feminists.

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As we reported earlier, she said it appears to her that a prerequisite for joining that group is bitterness.

Giving more examples, she also called them hypocrites, claiming they bash men in public but then lowkey go and look for d***s to chop.

“Behind the scenes, there are some guys who are actually there for them. They go for cuddles. They go for sleepover. Have they been staying away from s*x all this while?” she wondered.

She said even biblically, women are supposed to give respect to men, thus they (women) have to adhere to that and not listen to the man-hating pepper dem.

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“The main purpose of a woman’s existence, is for us to help men. I’m not saying we all have to get married. I’m saying that you need to learn to respect a man. If you don’t respect a man, you can’t respect God. It’s a principle. In the organogram, after God, it’s man.

“Don’t let men take you for granted; support them, be submissive but you can’t throw a man away,” she added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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