Afriyie Acquah Is Impotent …Says Wife in Jordan Ayew sex scandal

Afriyie’s Acquah’s marriage to Amanda appears on the brink of collapse after she said the Ghana international is impotent and on a three-month treatment ‘to get his penis in working condition. In a freshly-leaked tape over her scandalously explicit revelations, the loud-mouth ‘town girl’ attacked her husband, justifying why she is lusting for Jordan Ayew’s big cock. This comes after Acquah threatened her with divorce last night after a leaked audio with her praising the sexual prowess of Ayew while describing her husband as a ‘monkey’ and a village boy’.

Infuriated by her fed-up Italy-based hubby’s desire to dump her after several scandals, Amanda hit back by revealing he is unable to perform in bed and is under treatment to get his ailing schlong to work again. “Let’s wait and see if Afriyie can impregnate anybody. So those supporting him to divorce me should tighten their belts,” she burst out in a latest leaked audio tape. “If Afriyie asks you, tell him I said so. If Afriyie is potent, wouldn’t I be pregnant by now? Let me send you boxes of drugs that have been given him by a doctor for treatment. “He’s on a three-month medication to correct the problem.” The disgraced wife of the Ghana star launched a stinging pot-shot at her husband, describing him as a ‘monkey’ and a villager’ in a damaging appraisal of her hubby’s personality.

It appears the woman, who has one child from a previous marriage with businessman Kennedy Kenpong Agyepong, is bent on smashing the career and reputation of the Torino midfielder after she eulogized the big cock’ of her husband’s international teammate Jordan Ayew in a leaked explicit audio epistle on Tuesday. In a no-holds-barred revelation about the sexual efficacy of her husband, Amanda threw caution to the wind to embarrass herself and her hubby in a recorded conversation which has gone viral, with claims the former Hoffenhaim box-to-box midfielder is powerless in bed.


Afriyie, Jordan Called

Ex-Ghana international Augustine Arhinful is pushing for the two players at the storm of the controversy to be dropped for the country’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda on September 6. However, the two ‘rivals’ have been named in Ghana’s squad to face Congo and Rwanda next month despite revelation that there’s tension between them. Ghana coach Avram Grant, who had already penciled down the players in his squad, could not axe them from the team. Acquah and Ayew have been international teammates since 2010 when they featured for the Ghana U20 team in an African Youth Championship qualifier and the Ghana U23 team. The Black Stars will play against Congo in Brazzaville on 1st September in a friendly and then travel to Kigali to engage the Amavubi in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations Group H qualifier.



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