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Lady who faked being Delay’s former ‘house help’ apologizes after Police report



An unidentified lady, claiming to be a former house help of Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known as Delay, has issued an apology following police report.

The lady in question, had in a TikTok video, after Afia Schwarzenegger tagged Delay barren, revealed that Delay had a daughter when she worked for her.

The video went viral on social media, causing a lot of people to believe her claims.



However, in the subsequent days following the release of the video, Delay on her social media pages, asked the general public to help her locate the lady.

Delay, through her lawyers, had also issued a letter to the Ghana Police, requesting for their help in locating and investigating the claims of the lady.

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“We act as solicitors for Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known in the media space as Delay, under whose instruction we petition your office. Our Client has on several occasions received reports of persons who falsely purport to be her acquaintance and fraudulently use their misrepresentations to induce personal gifts, money and favours from unsuspecting victims,” the letter stated.


 “Some of these persons also employ the use of deliberate falsehoods to attract attention from unsuspecting Ghanaians to their social media handles. In particular, our Client’s attention has been drawn to a video in circulation of a young girl who, among others, misrepresents to the public that she has been a house help for our Client.

Our Client says she does not know her and has never had any dealings with her. Our Client is worried about the flurry of misrepresentations made by persons about her, especially in the light of reports of some persons using such misrepresentations to induce favours and other personal gains from unsuspecting people.

Our Client, therefore, implores your office to investigate the issue and where any criminal culpability is established, to trigger appropriate proceedings to abate this behaviour. We have attached a copy of the video and other publications for your perusal.  We count on your usual high sense of professionalism,” the letter added.

The said lady has since issued an apology on TikTok asking for pardon while explaining that she made those claims out of “pain.”


“Sorry Delay, I never knew it will trend like this and I was in pain if I hear something bad about my role model pls sorry”.

See screenshot of her TikTok page below;

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