Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has waded into the ongoing social media war between her colleagues, Tracy Boakye and Mzbel.
The cause of the confusion that ensued between the two entertainers was a sugar daddy they were both dating. Tracy Boakye accused Mzbel of trying to snatch her sugar daddy amidst throwing of unprintable words on Mzbel.
There seems to be some calm now as the two feuding parties have both decided to let sleeping dogs lie. Tracy Boakye after been scolded by all well meaning Ghanaians has apologized for her unrefined language on Mzbel.
But Lydia Forson who appears to be one actress with an unblemished character in the industry has opined that women should respect themselves if they want to be respected by all.
Lydia Forson took to social media to dish out a piece of advice to her colleagues. She wrote on twitter: “We can’t say we want respect and not respect ourselves…”
We can’t say we want respect and not respect ourselves…
— #letstalkaboutitwithlydia (@lydiaforson) August 7, 2020
Lydia Forson is one of the few who are vociferously campaigning for the empowerment of the Ghanaian woman. She believes that, women cannot get the respect they’re pushing for if they don’t respect themselves.