Jackie Appiah and Nana Yeboah received a rousing welcome in Paris, France shortly when they landed in the country ahead of a Samuel Degraft produced a movie titled Shemale, Fire and Ice.
The movie according to a report shared on Instagram features Jackie Appiah, Kalsoume Sinare Baffoe, and the ‘insult master’ himself, Nana Yeboah.
Two Adowa dancers draped in beautiful traditional Kente outfits welcomed the duo with a rich cultural display typical of the Ashanti people of Ghana.
Watch the video below;
In other news, actress and filmmaker Yvonne Nelson has espoused a profound message on Twitter meant to inspire her fans.
The mother of Baby Ryn in a new update on Twitter asked fans going through tough moments at the hands of their naysayers to relax since the period their haters turn their praise singers is imminent.
Yvonne simply wrote; Just relax……your haters will be fans in no time! Just a matter of time.
Away from that, video vixen and Instagram influencer Efia Odo has opened up about her love life in a fresh interview and why she might not give a relationship another shot.
In an interactive session with Graphic Showbiz, Efia said she is a good person yet her positive persona has not driven the right men to her path in all her past romantic dealings with men.
“I think I have to stop looking for love because I am tired. All the men that come my way are after something else and not real love. They either want to get into your pants or just take pride in the fact that they are dating Efia Odo which does not work for me.
“I dated a couple of guys back then and all didn’t work. I wish I were married with children because that is what I want right now. I understand love and when a man understands me it is very easy for us to roll. I am not a difficult person and I am very submissive when I am in love,” she told Graphic Showbiz.
The former Kwese TV presenter was also in the news recently when said religious programs, telenovelas, and Nigerian content gave flooded our local TV space at the expense of local productions, and this is very worrying.
She stated in a tweet saying;
Gh channels are full of pastors praying and Chinese/Telenovela dramas in twi. They show more Nigerian movies than Ghanaians(no hate to Nigerians but I’ve never seen a Ghanaian movie on Nigerian television). If not for streaming platforms I would’ve questioned why I even have a tv.