View Full Version : TV3 Gives 'Delay' The Boot Over Wanlov’s P***s Exposure

13th March 2012, 12:29 PM
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)of TV3, an Accra based television station, Santokh Singh Ram Singh, has issued a press statement suspending one of its programmes, ‘Delay’ hosted by Deloris Frimpong Manso.

This follows a recent exposure of the male sex organ by a musician on the show.

The controversial musician Wanlov the Kubolor stunned television viewers this weekend by accepting a challenge by a television show host and exposing his vital parts.

Wanlov, who was the guest on Deloris Frimpong Manso’s ‘Delay’ show was quizzed by the host of the show how true some of the myths about him were – especially the one relating to him not wearing panties in public.

The Cos ov Moni star has over the years carved a niche for himself with his weird sense of fashion notably walking around barefooted and also wearing a scant piece of cloth round his waist and sometimes with a tie and shades to match.

He was questioned whether he lies during interviews and Wanlov answered no! Delay insisted that Wanlov lied in his previous interview on the same programme, when he had stated that he does not wear panties even to public places.

With Wanlov stressing that he does not wear panties, Delay dared him to provide proof to back his claim, something he didn’t hesitate to do.

The member of the crazy duo, FOKN Bois, only needed an answer to how Delay wanted to see it, whether in a sitting or standing position. With an answer that he should ‘stand and show’, Wanlov quickly stood up to grant her that request.

In a statement issued in connection with the incident, the TV3 CEO apologized profusely to Ghanaians for the said footage. According to him, although TV3 showed an edited programme on Saturday March 10 2012, it regrettably did not conform to the station’s content policies and procedures.

“I want to apologize to all our viewers and assure them that it will not happen again. Even though it was edited what came out still does not conform to our norms. We are taking the issue very seriously and that is why we conducting the investigations…, he said.

The CEO's statement also said that TV3 will like to make clear the following:

• Production of delay is an independent production and not produced by TV3 or filmed in our studios.

• The producers buy airtime from TV3.

• The program’s version shown on TV3 that Saturday, March 10, 2012 was edited to conceal the indecent exposure.

• We are taking this issue very seriously and have suspended the program with immediate effect.

• TV3 Network wishes to assure its cherished viewers of our commitment to deliver high quality programming.

Source: Rebecca Addo Tetteh/Peacefmonline.com

Fashion Yaa
13th March 2012, 02:57 PM
Singh ran singh oh africa......just cuz Indonesia created TV3 for us do we seriously need a non Ghanaian running the joint? Maybe he was botn in Ghana, anyway yeah Delay deserved that, no appropriate at all n i hope she takes her talents to a cable show on DSTV

Q' lypse
13th March 2012, 09:55 PM
hypocritical world... smfh