The newest to claim that some Ghanaian women seek out spiritualists for spells to entice wealthy and successful men to them is Kumawood actress Joyce Boakye.
Joyce Bokaye claims that despite numerous attempts by her friends to persuade her to seek protection from spiritualists, she has resisted because of her dread of God.
As a self-described “natural girl,” Joyce Boakye revealed that charms can occasionally take the shape of waist beads and cosmetics like face powder and mascara.
When a guy encounters such a woman or engages in s3xual activity with her, he instantly submits to her authority and follows her orders.
Joyce Boakye who made this admission said that men who are under such spells may empty their bank accounts in order to appease their side chick during a radio interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom FM.
“A friend took me through the process of how they get their blood money. I have all the information. She said I will go before a mermaid and tell the spirit all that I want and it will be done after I perform some rituals. I was promised good living.
“We have hardworking celebrities but some of them use blood money. Some people who flaunt their cars and mansions on social media have spiritual backing.
“They charm men, for instance a man can just give this woman a whooping GH¢10,000,000 when she demands for it. That is the new craze in town…some waist beads attract big men. I am a natural girl, I know women who have charms in their makeup products,” said Joyce Boakye.