A Plus makes sexual misconduct and drug abuse allegations against Fuse ODG

Social commentator and hiplife artiste, Kwame A Plus, has alleged that musician, Fuse ODG, used to “teach young boys and girls how to do drugs” at his East Legon residence.

A Plus and Fuse ODG

According to A Plus, he was saddened by the situation of some female upcoming artistes, who were “being laid from room to room” in Fuse ODG’s house.

To him, some of them were below the age of consent, which is 16 years old in Ghana. The age of consent is the minimum age at which an individual is considered legally old enough to consent to participation in sexual activity.

A Plus added that when he saw these happenings in Fuse ODG's house, he asked a commander at the East Legon police station to keep an “eagle eye” on the U.K based artiste.

He, therefore, compared Fuse ODG to Jeffrey Epstein and R Kelly, who are both convicted sex offenders.

A Plus made these comments on Instagram after Fuse ODG had called out the panel on Saturday’s edition of United Showbiz. Fuse indicated that the submissions of the panel were “dangerous” to women in the creative arts space in Ghana.

This was because A Plus had traded insults with Feli Nuna, about her boyfriend's role in her music career. His comments suggested an investor may take advantage of his or her investee.

Fuse ODG, therefore, wondered in a post on Twitter why “a man should have the right to want to have sex with the woman if the woman needs their investment?”, a position advanced by A-Plus on the entertainment analysis show.


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