“For a woman, everything has to be sexualised. I always say this, if you are a woman and you have never been called ‘ashawo,’ then you are not a woman. If a woman, who is vocal and has not been called ashawo, you are probably doing something wrong,” she said.
“It’s the first go for them. I think they just feel emasculated. They feel like how dare her defend herself.”
Bridget Otoo was speaking on Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV, where she tried to justify why she, together with Nana Aba Anamoah and Serwaa Amihere, humiliated a young journalist who trolled them.
She disagrees with some Ghanaians who say they used a professional platform to settle personal issues.
She adds that the blogger had finished his auditioning before they confronted him. Not the other way round.