Following the leaking of a sex tape on KNUST campus, Joy FM's Ghana Connect discusses the increasing phenomena of recording nudity for fun.
One person has just been arrested and Joy News has learnt that a suspect has been hospitalized after he attempted to cut himself with a broken aluminum container.
That is the latest in the alleged student sex tape scandal that rocked the KNUST this week.
The University says it has nothing to do with the tape. But the wide circulation of the sex tape capturing a young lady gyrating on a man whose identity we never know has sparked a national conversation especially because this is not the first time.
So why does it keep on happening almost always linked to a tertiary campus? Sign of the times, a case of delinquency or a simple case of misapplication of social media and technology?
This week it trended for a while on social media and widely circulated on WhatsAppp. Another story of a leaked sex tape on a university campus.
KNUST campus after a sex tape was leaked
The University on Wednesday issued a statement saying the sex tape never emanated from the KNUST campus and there was no public viewing. But that has done little to stop the controversy from festering.
But why does it keep on happening and always linked to a tertiary campus? Sign of the times, a case of delinquency or a simple case of misapplication of social media and technology?
Connecting in the studio is Nancy, a student at the University of Ghana. Jessy is a psychology student in her final year at the University of Ghana connects with us in the studio.
Blogger and photographer whose work was featured in a book containing photos from 10 historic moments by Instagram and presented to Pope Francis by Instagram’s CEO and co-founder, Nana Kofi Aquah.
A lawyer, John Quayson who recently wrote a book titled ‘Colours of Love and Levels of compatibility also joins the connects in the studio.
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