‘Beating Your Wife or Any Woman is ALLOWED & Normal’-Says Comedian DKB
DKB, the Ghanaian comedian who once proudly and with the needed might slapped the hell out of a woman on live television during one of the editions of Big Brother Africa has claimed that, beating your wife or any woman is permitted and normal.
Interestingly, the Ghanaian comedian does not seem to just talk, but he lives by his conviction—and as already mentioned, he demonstrated this by beating a young innocent woman on live TV while African watched with mixed feelings.
In an interview with African Drum, an insane online news portal over the weekend, DKB stated among other things that, women these days have become loud mouthed and the only way to curb their increasing insubordination is to beat the hell out of them when they come at you.
He said “Look, for me, I will slap any woman who comes at me with her mouth and this is allowed. If you don’t know me, ask or watch my videos from Big Brother Africa where I slapped Zainab for attempting to talk over me.”
Despite his own track record, the interviewer shocking asked if he was just saying this for fun or really lives by his words. And he answered; “I am a living testimony of this—even on live TV that the whole Africa was watching, I slapped a woman, what do you think happens in the privacy of my home?”
DKB is not the only struggling Ghanaian entertainer who somewhat thinks it’s normal, permissible and perhaps sanctioned by the fact that by virtue of being a man, a person has an inherent right to beat women.
Ghanaian boxer-Bokum Banku in a recent interview with Delay proudly stated that he beats his wives—and that’s normal.
Comedian DKB also said he will soon petition the parliament of Ghana, falling on two important Holy Books to call for a law which would make it a duty of all Ghanaian men to use slaps to punish women who fault in their own subjective estimation as done in some of the theocratic countries.
According to DKB, nothing in a form of punitive punishment was handed to him when he slapped a woman on Live TV because in the sub-consciousness of all Africans, this is allowed and normal—except that most people are unable to implement this.