THE controversial comments by artiste manager Bulldog that women are only meant for the bedroom and the kitchen have angered many people, especially women who have condemned him for his sexist comments.
The latest to do so is singer, Sherifa Gunu, who in an interview on Happy FM last Saturday, said Bulldog’s statement was loose talk.
“Excuse my words but it was loose talk. How can women be meant for the kitchen and bedroom alone? Was Bulldog not given birth to by a woman? Women are by far the best thing God created on earth.
“Look at what we go through during pregnancy until we give birth. The difficulty women go through can never be compared to men. Women are now in better positions than even most men these days thanks to gender equality.
“I wish I had met Bulldog to tell him my peace of mind. You don’t talk like that if you are married to a woman,” she said.
Sherifa was in the Happy FM studios to promote her new album Susupon. The singer, who has been off the scene for a while said she was back for her fans.
“I was missing from the music scene for a while but I am back for good. The likes of Efya, Sister Afia, Wendy Shay, Adina and Wiyaala are doing fantastic,” she said.
Some of the songs Sherifa Gunu has to her credit are Kelewele, Yeminta Ba, Beautiful and Mbrantie among others. She has worked with artistes such as Sarkodie.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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