“Sometimes I am nice and chat with them. Sometimes too I could be extremely rude (lol) when they pressure me too much. I take it normal and understand the fact that if I wasn’t a star they won’t love me,” he said
Commenting on the question as to whether it was true that public figures are not committed to one lover and are promiscuous, he stated that “when you see me with a girl it doesn’t necessarily mean I am sleeping with her. She might be a friend, my sister or my aunty. I won’t lie though that the pressure from female fans is massive. But I remain professional. I don’t fraternize with them. It’s just normal for women to adore and appreciate stars or public figures because of fame but it’s not true we are promiscuous; we don’t misbehave because we know the spotlight is on us”
According to him, what makes him different from other actors is his mindset, belief, personality and the acknowledgement of the fact that without God he is nothing and wouldn’t have come this far.
Sharing his opinions on the movie industry, he stated that “it’s a great industry that helps to project the culture, norms and tradition of Ghana but I think presently our industry is going down. We need funds. We lack good and dedicated producers and filmmakers.”
He also revealed his plans to shoot his own movie.
“Well, I am about to shoot my own movie. I have a lot of travels to do to the US and Europe. I have movie premieres to attend in US, and Europe for the movie Nanameansking. I also have my humanitarian work to do as Ambassador for United Against Child Poverty campaign in Africa. I have projects and movies to shoot both locally and internationally. 2014, so far, so good. It is packed. Thanks to God.”