With a number of feminists waiting on the next prey to pounce on, I do not know who DKB’s comment might infuriate next.
I’m not very sure my very good friend Franca Efe Plange and actress Lydia Forson who as of the time of this publication remain unmarried but very strong proponents of feminism would really be enthused about a recent DKB’s comment.
Yes, Ghanaian comedian Derick Kobinah Bonney who recently patched up with former first lady of Ghana, Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings just passed a comment on Instagram and I doubt he knows exactly the trouble he’s getting himself into.
In a post that seeks to advise young women and why they should not follow feminists, who he believes are “deceivers” and would want other women to “to join their lonely and miserable lives”, DKB just like many asserted that “power belongs to the man” and that it was time, women recognized that.
Perhaps stemming from unsubstantiated reports that suggest that Ghanaian dancehall artist Stonebwoy ditched a ‘dancer’ for a ‘dentist’ (apparently from a well-cultured background), DKB wrote;
“Chop the bosschicks, Marry the Godchicks, Truth as hard bricks, Girls, know these tricks”
Well, it seems a man has the power to choose who he has fun with, thinks with and marries.
Does a woman also have a choice over who she accepts to sleep around with, think with and settle with? You could keep that answer.