Self styled Ghanaian controversial marriage counselor, George Lutterodt has waded into the brouhaha surrounding actress Tracey Boakye, Mzbel and a certain man referred to as “Papa No”.
The phrase “Papa No” has mysteriously found its way into the Ghanaian lexicon after it was first used by Tracey Boakye to refer to the sugar daddy she was fighting over with Mzbel.
Even though the identity of the “Papa No” is not known yet, Ghanaians have already started pointing accusing fingers at former president John Mahama.
Whiles reacting to the issue on Television, counselor Lutterodt noted that, “Papa No” was a blessing to the nation.
He revealed that the man in question has been able to alleviate poverty through ladies’ private parts. He mentioned that Mzbel and Tracey have been able to establish businesses that have employed people to be working in, thanks to “Papa No”.
He encouraged Mzbel and Tracey not to reveal the identity of the sugar daddy so that he will continue with his philanthropic works by taking more young girls out of poverty.