According to media personality George Quaye, Joyce Blessing has not received fair treatment from Ghanaians.
Actor, media personality, entertainer, and communications expert George Nii Armah Quaye, popularly known as Aboagye or GQ, is from Ghana.
He was the Lead Communications Person at Charterhouse Productions Limited and is well-known for his part in the well-liked early 2000s TV series Taxi Driver.
Regarding Joyce Blessing, the CEO of Image Bureau Gh Limited remarked, “Look, our sister has gone through a lot. How does the management of an artiste handle PR machinery in scandals?
And I believe that none of us have treated her fairly. Let me just state that George Quaye hasn’t been fair to her as a person. I’ve never called her to check on her or to see how she’s doing.
“Be strong, ABC. We all know what is being said about you in the media.
There won’t be any problems. For you, we are in prayer. You only need a little support and a little motivation. However, I want to know: who did that? Who has gotten in touch with her?
On Onua FM, he quizzed DJ Premier Anigye mmere. According to George Quaye, the typical Ghanaian does not take mental health seriously.
“What she’s been through might be consuming her. In this country, people make jokes about mental health problems. In other places, circumstances have led to suicides.
Fortunately, we are not like that. Perhaps as a result of our upbringing and the difficulties we faced as kids. But our sister is through a lot right now.
It’s not a game for kids. It’s not simple. Your ex-husband is involved in the controversy, further complicating the matter. Social media news outlets are talking about you.
She endures a lot of pain. Therefore, let’s assist her and pray if we can.
To discuss her brand at this time would be inappropriate, George Quaye said.