Addressing the audience at the National Theatre, the controversial broadcaster said her journey in the media has not been rosy.
She recounted an incident which ended her at a mechanic shop.
According to her, she was staying with her auntie at Tema but was thrown out of the house because they had a misunderstanding.
“Around 2003, I was staying with my auntie in Tema and I had a little argument with her and her husband thought I was a bit difficult to control so they threw me out of the house.
I was 21. I had nowhere to go. I ended staying with some friends at a mechanic shop in Tema Community 2,” she said.
She further revealed that a few weeks after she was sacked from her auntie’s house, her mother passed away.
Delay, in her speech also talked about the trials, rejection and fortunes of her quest to be a broadcaster.
She also recounted how she worked at Adom FM at midnight for a year without salary.
This she, explained was because she was not an employee – she was just being tried.
She further disclosed that these challenges however, did not break her. She believes they prepared her for the successes she is enjoying now.
Delay has gained acclaim for her exceptional questioning abilities on her show dubbed ‘The Delay Show”
She has worked with Life FM, Nkosuo FM, Top FM, TV3 and Oman FM in the past.
Deloris is the producer of the ‘Cocoa Brown’ and ‘Afia Schwarzenegger’ television series.