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Money Sparks Fake Love and Unusual Respect-Delay

Juliet Korkor 3 months ago 0

Delay, a prominent media figure hailing from Ghana, has brought attention to the hidden traits of certain individuals within society.

She contends that negative behavior can lurk within families and friendships, especially regarding how individuals are treated based on their financial circumstances.

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Delay observes a shift in love and respect towards individuals once they attain wealth, often witnessing artificial affection and unusual deference come into play.

She highlights the phenomenon of individuals being bestowed new titles and treated differently by their families upon acquiring wealth.

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Delay emphasizes the stark contrast in treatment between rich and poor individuals, noting the tendency for affluent men to receive praise for mediocre jokes while poorer men are criticized for being boisterous when telling amusing anecdotes.

She concludes by asserting that poverty can severely impact one’s social status.

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Delay’s career in broadcasting commenced at a young age, evolving into a successful entrepreneur and advocate for women in Ghana.

Her television programs, such as the Delay Show and Afia Schwarzenegger, have garnered widespread viewership across the nation.

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