I do not harass ladies on social media – Abeiku Santana denies sexual harassment allegations

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I do not harass ladies on social media – Abeiku Santana denies sexual harassment allegations

Some few weeks ago, reports were rife that ace Ghanaian journalist, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey, is in the habit of sexually harassing young ladies on social media. 

According to the reports, an instagram chat emerged in which the Okay FM presenter, popularly called Abeiku Santana was asking for sexual favours from a particular lady.

He was accused of this act together with colleague journalist, Kojo Yankah of Joy FM, who was said to ‘dealing’ with the same lady. The media and some Ghanaians went haywire over the allegations; chastising Abeiku for lacking moral manners as a married man.

I do not harass ladies on social media – Abeiku Santana denies sexual harassment allegations

Kojo Yankson was further accused of using his position as a journalist to lure young ladies on social media into amorous relationships.

However, in an interview with Jessica Opare Saforo on Celebrity Fan Zone over the weekend, Abeiku distanced himself from the allegations that he pesters young ladies on social media for sexual favours.

He stated that the social media lady in question, Adwoa Parker, is his friend whom he had done some work with.

According to him, Adwoa Parker is a model and they two of them had worked together at events. Her instagram account got hacked, according to Abeiku, and the hackers went through the lady’s chats.

By so doing, the hackers chanced upon private chats that Abeiku Santana and Kojo Yankson had with the girl and decided to leak them.

“Because of their wicked and malicious intent, they decided to leak my chats and that of Kojo Yankson with the lady,” Abeiku lamented.

However, Abeiku stated that his chats with Adwoa Parker contains mere and normal conversation which contained nothing of sexual requests.

He wondered why someone would want to leak those chats except for the person’s wicked and malicious intent concerning him Abeiku.

The Okay FM’s Drive Time host further said that he does not pay attention to stories that people make up about him on social media.

“I see stories about me on social media and I ignore them; the sensational and mischievous headlines alone turn me away from them,” Abeiku said.

Source: yen.com.gh

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