I don’t see anything wrong with wearing hip pads – gospel singer Empress Gifty

Gospel artiste Empress Gifty has finally responded to the social media trolling she received after being named Ambassador of the National Security Ministry’s ‘See Something, Say Something’ project by US-based social commentator Kevin Taylor.

Kevin Taylor has turned to social media to body shame the singer and question the motives of the ministry in choosing her as an ambassador.

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When Kevin Taylor accused Hopeson Adorye’s famous political husband, Hopeson Adorye, of scuttling the contract to her wide, who has little knowledge of security, he was being sarcastic.

Taking umbrage at Gifty Adorye’s charges, the singer-songwriter, also known as Empress Gifty in the music industry, has gone ‘raw’ in a video posted to social media.

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The singer responded to Kevin Taylor’s charge that she was boosting her buttocks by using hip pads by saying that hip pads are designed to help women feel more confident.

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The Ghana National Security Ministry’s “See Something, Say Something” campaign has named Empress Gifty as its ambassador.

In response to widespread reports of an attempted terrorist assault on the country, the Ministry of Defense has taken the initiative.