Kwasi Aboagye and Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo are not the only public figures who find Lydia Forson rant about how disgusted she was when a man supposedly sent for her number awkward and unwarranted. Filmmaker Socrate Safo is equally baffled and has stated emphatically that the posture of the actress is uncharacteristic of a lady.
“Sometimes, you go for a party and a waiter slips a card. The ladies who are wise enough will pick the card. They understand the communication,” Socrate Safo said in local dialect Twi.
In his submission on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review, Saturday, the movie producer expounded that granted the said man wanted to lure her into a relationship, the decision to not approach her should not be interpreted as disrespectful. According to him, it rather shows how the said man reveres Lydia Forson
Socrate Safo emphasized that he expected Lydia Forson to handle the issue in a mature manner than go berserk in her quest to prove a point.
“You don’t talk like someone who is not enlightened. You don’t talk like that in the public,” he scolded. “There is a way a lady is expected to talk so people take notice and learn from you. This is unacceptable. It’s never disrespectful for someone to send for you or for your number. On the contrary, it is a respectful approach.”
Lydia Forson in a short video clip which had been in circulation and courted attention, paraded adjectives to express discontentment and pontificated that she will never honor an invitation from a man who for whatever reason decides to send for her rather than approaching personally.