Popular TV personality and entrepreneur, Deloris Frimpong Manso known in showbiz as Delay, is ready to throw in the towel of singlehood at all cost, only if she would get a marriage proposal.
In a recent Facebook post, the host of the popular Delay Show made it clear that despite the fact that she is a hardworking businesswoman, she will accept a marriage proposal even if it requires her to abandon her chain of businesses and stay at home all day!
“I’m really working hard to keep my business going, but if the opportunity arises to become a housewife, I’m taking it,” Delay wrote.
Recall that Deloris Frimpong sometime last year, rated her work above starting a family. Describing entrepreneurship as an incredible experience which she loves, the TV host had then made it clear that her work has been standing in the way of her getting married or making babies; adding that business at the moment, remains number one before every other thing.
“I love being an entrepreneur. It’s an incredible experience. But it isn’t always easy. It has delayed other important things in my life. Like settling down and making babies. Would I have it any other way? No… All other things in good and it’s time,” she stressed.
However, it appears that the 35-year-old lady has now switched her priorities, with marriage taking the top spot and business coming after. Earlier this year, the hardworking lady also opened up on her relationship status on Instagram, saying she is “single, successful and ready to mingle”.
Briefly About Deloris Frimpong Manso
Born in 1982, Deloris is in her mid thirties. She started her broadcasting career at Life FM in Nkawkaw back in 1999 at the very young age of 17. She later on started her own TV programme, The Delay Show in 2008.
Aside her media career, Deloris Frimpong owns some businesses including Delay branded products (mackerel, sardines and tomato paste) as well as the Smooch Boutique where she sells ladies’ shoes and bags.
Delay is that person that will never allow negative views of people to deter them from pursuing their dreams. The radio presenter is noted for working her way from abject poverty to fame and wealth. She is currently one of the most influential single Ghanaian women at the moment.