It’s a shame Obour allowed ‘naked’ Stephanie Benson on stage – says Counselor Lutterodt

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Outspoken Reverend, Counselor Lutterodt seems not to be satisfied with his controversial statements in the public domain. The outspoken counselor has come into the limelight again waging into the debate over Stephanie Benson’s attire to the Ghana Music Honors event.

Counselor lutterodt in an exclusive interview with GhanaWeb, jabbed the MUSIGA President, Obuor for permitting the jazz singer go onto the stage to present an award.

Stephanie Benson last week topped all the headlines and caught so many eyes with her see through which she wore to present an award at the Ghana Music Honors event.

The event was organized by the Musicians Association of Ghana (MUSIGA) to celebrate Ghana Music and award deserving personalities in the industry.

According to him, figures like Stephanie Benson should be role models in the society inspiring people to follow their footsteps.

“we will have somebody who is a celebrity who is a jazz singer a mother of five could walk to stage and go naked, that was when Obuor could have stopped her from presenting the award, but the president of MUSIGA gave this woman, a mother the opportunity to present an award in her nakedness, that’s a shame to us in Ghana”

Counselor Lutterodt was quick to express his disgust at her response to the many eyebrows that were raised concerning her attire to the Music Honors. He was appalled that such a person is described as a celebrity in Ghana.

“When she was interviewed as a celebrity she didn’t even apologize and she went down below to say that my husband gave me the dress to wear. I will say this again, naked we came n naked we will go so if you come naked in public you are ready to go. That’s a shame to us as a celebrity”

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