You People ‘Like S*x Too Much’ — Efia Odo Blasts Ghanaians

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Efia Odo has unironically hit out at Ghanaians, claiming as a people we’re too obsessed with s*x.

During her recent interview with Zionfelix, Efia said Ghanaians have s*x on the brain too much and that they conflate everything with s*x.

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Odo has developed a reputation for being flirtatious and raunchy and she said does that not mean she’s addicted to s*x, it’s just that Ghanaians equates everything to s*x.

“Ghanaians are always saying I dated Kwesi Arthur, had s*x with him and then we two broke up. They also said I had a thing with King Promise and Darko Vibez, all because I shot music videos with them. I mean, can’t a male and a female be friends without people thinking about anything s*xual?

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“I think in Ghana when somebody says they have a crush on someone they automatically think you want to be in a relationship with the person and have s*x. You can crush on someone because of their personality. It’s always about s*x, that means s*x is the only thing Ghanaians have in mind. Ghanaians like s*x, they like s*x too much.” she said.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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