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See a psychiatrist for help - A Plus advises Leila Djansi

Aplus Leila Mocks Kwame A Plus and Leila Djansi

Mon, 23 Apr 2018 Source: www.ghanaweb.com

Ghanaian musician Kwame Asare Obeng also known as A Plus has recommended that movie director Leila Djansi sees a psychiatrist for help.

His advice comes after the US-based Ghanaian film producer and director Leila Djansi in a post on her Facebook page stated that Ghanaians can only exempt themselves from actress Moesha's comment on CNN as long as women are not forced into marriage, no matter their financial status.

Leila's post read, "If Ghanaians want to disassociate themselves from it, then we should stop condoning the practice of sending women into marriage whether they are financially sound or not!".

To her, "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 continued that Ghanaians cannot keep condemning Moesha when "at the same time (we) condemn the clarion call for self sufficient women".

However, A Plus who disagrees with the award-winning director says such a comment from "her is very unfortunate", and added,"I will recommend that she sees a psychiatric for help".

He continued that he has lost the respect he had for the 'Sinking Sands' movie producer because he didn't know that her brain is small like that of "mosquitoe's clitoris".

Read the full post culled from Instagram below monitored by Ghanaweb:

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 mosquito'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".

Source: www.ghanaweb.com
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