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‘You can’t tell me how to run my show, this is my office’ – Delay berates critics over ‘choice of guests’ saga

Celebrity Deloris Frimpong Manso, better known by her stage name Delay, has reacted to claims that she is progressively becoming less relevant by speaking with unremarkable guests.


Following the viral success of Delay’s interview with “Snapchat slay queen” Dulcie Boateng, a number of critics, including well-known Ghanaian socialite Showboy, paraded such an assertion on social media.

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Given the past of ‘The Delay Show is Guest Seat’, which has welcomed a variety of dignitaries, including seasoned politicians, Showboy asserted that Delay had lowered her bar by speaking with someone of Dulcie’s calibre.


But Delay has responded to her detractors in the weeks following this development.


Delay stated that no one can dictate to her how to run her show, even though she made it clear that choosing her guests is entirely up to her.


Asserting that every person deserves equal opportunities and that no human being is superior to another, the broadcaster responded to critics in her opening remarks.

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People—just anybody—are giving me advice on how to run my show on social media these days. They would have me invite certain people and not others. That is the topic I wish to discuss.


“I want them to know that this is my office and they have no authority to direct me. There is no one in this world who is superior to another. You cannot order me to exclude individuals you believe have no bearing on the show,” she yelled.


Delay described how she was treated like an “outcast” at Aburi Girls Senior High School and condemned the act of elevating some people above others.


She claimed that just for living in the Eastern region’s Nkawkaw, she was shunned by her peers and called a “village girl” in school.


“I recall my acceptance into Aburi Girls. I was labelled a village girl because I was told I was from Nkawkaw. The opportunity to be admitted among those they deemed superior to me was almost never extended to me. I get fired every time I attend social events for entertainment. I am now the entertainment prefect; look at me now,” she declared still. She stated that all people should have an opportunity in life.


As nobody can predict what will occur tomorrow, let us give everyone a chance. Maybe the person you do not want to see on my show could become the next “entertainment prefect” and replace me,” Delay said.


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