Her name is Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly called Delay. For some time now, she's managed to escape questions from the media about when she would get married or who she would get married to but this time has stuck her neck wide out.
Ghallywood actor cum entrepreneur, John Dumelo, who was a guest on the “Delay Show” last Friday, pushed her until she finally decided to answer the million dollar question.
When will you get married? That was a simple question from John Dumelo, an interviewee who turned to rather pose questions to the hostess of the “Delay Show”.
Delay tried to swerve the question several times insisting that she is the one doing the questioning and not the other way round but guest Dumelo also kept insisting on an answer from the Oman FM Presenter.
Delay asked John why he is so much interested in who she is going to get married to and John said “because there is someone in this industry who wants to marry you”.
Blushing TV/Radio Presenter, Delay now became interested and asked John who that person was. John revealed on national Television that Founder of Ghana Movie Awards Fred Nuamah want to marry her.
Though she disclosed she is not married, she sarcastically sworn on her television show never in her lifetime to ever tie the knot with Fred Nuamah.
Self-acclaimed ‘virgin’ Delay looking very disappointed said “I would rather marry a Whiteman than marry Fred Nuamah” and emotively blurted out that “he’s a nice guy and everything but hey, I don’t want to marry him.”
For the first time she opened up on her marital ambition stressing firmly that she will not dare marry a celebrity.
Meanwhile John Dumelo also talking about marriage, promised to unveil his wife in the years ahead.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah and Ameyaw Adu Gyamfi
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