Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has revealed why women buy charms to attract men, according to a post on her social media page.

Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has revealed why women buy charms to attract men, according to a post on her social media page.

Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has revealed why women buy charms to attract men, according to a post on her social media page.

The Ghanaian actress in her tweet which came after s-x-charm vendor Mama Gee was arrested, blamed it all on patriarchy.

Her tweet reads ; Patriarchy is why girls are inserting things, bathing with concoctions and putting “scopatumana” into men’s food to keep them, take money from them, and steal them from other women.

When a society makes women feel like a man is all they have to live for, this happens.

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The actress was born on October 24, 1984, in Mankessim, Ghana, and received her early education at Wilmore Elementary school in Kentucky.

Forson earned a bachelor's degree in English Language and Information Studies from the University of Ghana.

Forson has featured in movies including "Phone Swap," "A Sting in a Tale," "In The Cupboard," "Reflections," "Masquerade," undefinedamong others. She is also part of the cast for Funke Akindele's upcoming TV series, "Industreet."

Forson won the Best Actress in a Lead Role at the 2010 African Movie Academy Awards for her role in the movie "The Perfect Picture."

She kicked off her acting career in 2005 with a cameo role in "Hotel St. James."

Her first screenplay "In The Cupboard" won the Best Writing, Adapted or Original at the 2012 Ghana Movie Awards.

Her debut movie as a producer, "A Letter to Adam," earned three Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards nominations including Best Writer in A Comedy. The movie was also selected to screen at the

Lydia Forson is a part of The Right to be Free Foundation, aimed at stopping human trafficking in Ghana.

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