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MEN ARE GETTING STROKE DUE TO APHRODISIAC ABUSE, THIS NONSENSE MUST STOP! – Kwesi Ernest Fumes

Music producer and the CEO of Media Excel Productions, Kwesi Ernest has criticized young men’s fixation with sex-enhancing drugs and advised ladies to place a time limit on how satisfied they are.

In a February 2 interview with Hitz FM, Kwesi Ernest bemoaned the fact that aphrodisiacs accounted for almost 60% of radio commercials, claiming that these products were the root cause of men’s health issues and strokes.

“If you go to China. People are educating their children about how to develop watches, how to manufacture computers and other things.

“Today in Ghana, 60% of ads on the radio are about waist power and all these kinds of things. What are we looking for?” he asked.

He said that in order for men to cease using aphrodisiacs, women should agree on the number of minutes that they require to be pleased.

“Women should go to a meeting and come back and tell us how many minutes men need to satisfy so that it will allow our men to be at peace with their mind.

“Because now it’s getting too much. Boys are taking aphrodisiacs and are getting stroke because you people want it for 30 minutes, 1 hour and you want it harder. It’s getting too alarming!

“Go to the conference centre, have a meeting and then come up and tell us that ‘men, we need 15 minutes to be satisfied’ so that the men will stop taking aphrodisiacs,” he expressed.

Men should avoid these tendencies, Kwesi Ernest warned, as they place undue pressure on themselves to demonstrate their sexual ability.

“It’s getting too much. This nonsense must stop. This rascality must stop. And the men too, this small hole. You want to finish it? Why?” he quizzed.

 

 

 

 

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