Eloquent Ghanaian media personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso, widely known as Delay has taken to her social media to state that having affection towards someone needs no reason.
Any kind of love expressed towards a partner or a friend without any reason attached to it transcends this world. The love expressed is beyond the comprehension of humans and eloquently explains that you love unconditionally.
Loving someone without any condition simply means the person can do anything and will still have your love or heart irrespective of how their actions may hurt you.
It is at the back of this that one of the most eligible bachelorettes in the media landscape, Delay has also concluded that love needs no reason attached to it, hence it should be given put without conditions.
See her tweet below:
In other news, Ghanaian media personality and entertainment pundit, Emmanuel Bance, widely known as Mr. Logic has accosted the chairman of the Ghana Music Rights Organization(GHAMRO), Rex Omar over his recent submission at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards summit.
According to Mr. Logic, he found most of Rex Omar’s submissions and explanations of some of the critical issues raised at the workshop very absurd and feels Omar is being too authoritative with his position as the chairman of the board.
Speaking in an interview with the lifestyle & celebrity blogger, Zionfelix on the Uncut Show, Mr. Logic intimated that Rex Omar confessed to being harboring Sarkodie’s royalties at the organization but the money has not been given to him yet because he has not authenticated his rights or membership with the music board.
Logic stated that if indeed there is such an amount of money being held at the organization that genuinely belongs to the Sark Nation boss, then the funds should be released to him because the organization has no right to keep the rapper’s royalties in their abode.
He went further to say that Rex Omar is very authoritative with his position and always finds excuses for the organization’s inability to discharge its duty effectively.