“Di Asa” which literally means ‘to dance’ is of course one of the most loved and watched reality show by most Ghanaians has been rocked with sex scandals.
The show is aimed at engaging plus size market women in a dance competition as well as educate them on how to live a healthy lifestyles. The event which is organized by Atinka Tv was adjudged “The Best Television Reality Show” at the 2017 edition of the prestigious Radio and Television Personality awards.
Amazingly, what most Ghanaians or the general public didn’t know was the hidden and rotten activities which was going on behind the scenes.
Available information reaching us indicates that the acting manager known as J.O.T has resigned after second edition of the reality show because it is alleged that he had something to do with one of the contestants.
Again, it is alleged that the C.E.O also had something to do with one of the girls in the group. As a result has forced the Deputy Event Organizer for Atinka Tv known as Afrifa to also resign because of such an unscrupulous sexual scandals going on.
As if that was not enough, it took the intervention of some people as an Uncle to one of the contestants for the Season 2 edition named Shasha who doubles as her manager nearly got into furious fight with the manager of Media Edge. They were responsible for the tracking of the text messages and votes that comes in.
tnpnewsonline.com uncovered that, Shasha’s uncle has been greasing the palm of the guys at Media Edge to make sure that Shasha emerges as the winner for the reality show but unfortunately she won the third position and was awarded GHC 2000 and a tricycle as a prize.
‘If you are thinking that the contestants are really enjoying themselves as it appears on our screens, then please you forget. What Atinka Media House give to us is just food and water. That’s all. Nothing more, nothing less than that.’ a worried contestant told tnpnewsonline.com
She added that, there was an incidence where one of the contestants from the Volta region called Delali had a fracture on her leg but had to cater for herself without any medical assistance from the event organizers whiles they were still being used throughout the programme.
So we ask, is it unprofessionalism on the part of the event organizers or its greediness?
Source: tnpnewsonline.com (TNP NEWS)/ Akosua Boatemaa