Artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah-Hanson, better known as Bulldog, has maintained his stance regarding his comment about women being created only for the bedroom and the kitchen.
Speaking in an interview on Okay FM, Bulldog says it is not his fault Ghanaians have chosen to misinterpret his opinion and he sees no reasonn to apologise for that.
According to him, there was no disrespect attached to what he said, but rather sees it as a form of praise for what women do in the home.
Bulldog, came under heavy criticism last week when he made a statement saying women were never equal to men. In his submission he said, women were best suited for the kitchen and the bedroom and had no business sitting at a table with men to hold discussions.
In his opinion, the bedroom is where men found solace and hence if people are reading meaning into his comments that is solely their business.
He stated: “I don’t have a problem if a woman wants to aspire to be greater, but if women are not in the bedroom many men would have restless nights while others distract themselves with gadgets and work.”
He went on to add that, women ensure that the family is well fed, something men cannot achieve.
According to him, this does not insult women in any way and he strongly maintains his stance on his comment.
“Women are a support system. They are not meant to compete with men,” he added.