This week it has been all about the Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant and allegations of the organisers pimping past beauty queens to big men for money and favours.
As you would expect, Inna Patty, CEO of the company that organises the event came out to strongly refute and deny the allegations made against her and her organisation Exclusive Events.
So far there hasn’t been any evidence to back claims of the beauty queens aside mere allegations made through the media.
While we may not know which side is telling the truth in this whole controversial matter, one thing that the public simply cannot stop talking about is how these former beauty queens launched scattering attacks on Inna Patty and accused her of engaging in pimping business using contestants.
Now here is the catch, the Miss Ghana event has major companies including Unibank, National Lottery Authority (NLA), National Petroleum Authority (NPA), IPMC and Starbow Airlines who sponsor the event usually through monetary support.
Asembi.com has gathered that, these companies are either headed by men or have men as their marketing managers.
These former beauty queens accused Miss Ghana organisers of trying to pimp them to ‘big men’.
May be it’s just coincidental.
Now let’s answer these questions:
Why does Miss Ghana organisers seem to lack funding despite the many sponsors?
Are the queens to fulfill an obligation before funds are paid to the organisers?
And why are the queens not mentioning names of the so called ‘big men’ if their claims are true?
And why can’t ‘beauty be with brains’ since most men would definitely want to take advantage?