Ghanaian media personality, Deloris Frimpong-Manso, better known as Delay, has been slammed for throwing shades at Joyce Blessing during her recent interview with Piesie Esther.
In the course of the interview, Delay asked Piesie Esther how she has been able to sustain her marriage after a wedding ceremony in 2010.
In response, Piesie Esther said aside from God being her helper, there is an enormous understanding, tolerance and respect between her and her husband.
Piesie Esther remarked that although she meets different people each day due to her profession, she has never demeaned her husband, and neither has the husband been disrespectful towards her.
Delay appeared impressed by the longevity of the marriage and the answer Piesie Esther gave. The TV host mentioned that she once predicted that a certain gospel musician’s marriage won’t last due to how the couple conducted themselves when they showed up on her set for an interview.
Emphasising that her comment was not to spite the said gospel musician, Delay stated that it was just a recollection of events.
“There was a gospel musician who came here for an interview and it created problems,” Delay said. “Her husband wanted to even beat me during the interview and it was at that time that I detected that the marriage won’t last. True to my words, it didn’t. It’s not like I’m excited about what happened in their marriage but I’m just saying.”
Although Delay did not disclose who the female gospel musician and the husband were, there are suggestions Joyce Blessing and her estranged husband Dave Joy were the people she was referring to.
Recall that somewhere in 2018, Delay and Joyce Blessing had a slight scuffle after the singer accused her of asking her inappropriate questions and even going to the extreme of disrespecting her husband on her show.
After that particular incident, Joyce Blessing stormed several platforms to narrate her side of the story adding that the interview was doctored.
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Watch Delay interview with Piesie Esther below :