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EL denies allegations of sexual assault made by Facebook user; replies “u wish”

On Facebook, a Ghanaian woman named Edna made allegations of sexual abuse and groping against the well-known Ghanaian rapper Elorm Adablah, who is more commonly known as EL.

EL has vehemently denied the claims. In a Facebook post on February 14, Edna FG blamed the rapper for unseemly way of behaving and guaranteed that EL took her cash for a recording meeting yet never permitted her to keep her music at his studio in Nyaniba homes.

The informer further stated that EL had a past filled with requesting sexual blessings from female performers who visited his studio for accounts.

Accordingly, EL excused the claims with a pompous remark, stating, "built like a mini fridge… Ew, you wish.." EL, apparently undaunted by the allegations, remarked on the more extensive pattern of performers confronting charges of sexual maltreatment, stating, "Goodness, it's my turn abi. Okay, we should go."

This occurrence follows a comparable contention including rapper Sarkodie and entertainer Yvonne Nelson last year. Yvonne Nelson blamed Sarkodie for constraining her to cut short a child after a past relationship.

Accordingly, Sarkodie delivered a tune named "Try Me," where he recognized the relationship however moved the fault for the fetus removal onto Yvonne, encouraging her to get a sense of ownership with her decisions. Apparently the Ghanaian music industry is wrestling with contentions and charges, revealing insight into the individual existences of its conspicuous figures.

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