Caroline Sampson is a Ghanaian radio presenter, TV show host, compere, and voiceover artist best known for her TV and radio commercials. She began her career in the media in 2005 when she ended up as a finalist in the third edition of the Ghanaian reality TV pageant Miss Malaika Ghana.
This afternoon, she made a post on her Twitter, which has gotten some attention from her fan. The fan commented that, she shouldn’t have used a profane word on her Twitter page because many young people are looking up to her and also learning from her.
She posted that, she almost blasted her “tw3”, (which is a Ghanaian term for vagina) when she was riding a motorcycle. She later replied the fan that, those looking up to her should learn feminism from her.
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