Beautiful Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown who’s widely tagged as the Empress has stated emphatically that she’s not a le.sb!an as people think.
Touching on the thorny issue of les.bian!sm and its impact on the movie industry, the Empress told host of the Boss Countdown entertainment show on Boss 93.7 FM in Kumasi, Porpor Shew that she has been accused severally of being a le.sb!an right from her childhood days but she has never been one.
She continued by saying that what people don’t even know about her is that she has always been that original t0mboy nobody dares push into the act of le.sb!anism.
“…yes I have heard of le.sb!anism going on in the movie industry but I haven’t experienced one myself. And everybody knows that because of the way I am, even if you’re one you can never get close to me.
Now the issue of le$bian!sm is not only happening in the movie industry as it has now become part and parcel of modern life or something I will label as fashion.
Initially, we used to hide and do it in secrecy or underground but today things have totally changed and so le$b!anism is no more seen as a shameful act. Even though le$b!anism is now everywhere but you don’t have to let yourself to be counted as one simply because you have so many accusing fingers being pointed at you.
I have been perceived by the many out there to be indulging in le$b!anism right from infancy but what people don’t know is that I am an original t0mboy and you dare not push me into the act.
What matters now is that we need to advise them to put a stop to it because God doesn’t even like le$b!anism,” Nana Ama said.
The Empress also used the opportunity to advice up-and-coming actresses who go about sleeping with movie directors in exchange for roles, for they will one day regret their actions.
Source: George Awiadem Maclean / BieGyaNation.Com