Kumawood big-booty actress, Safina Haroun has made a shocking revelation about her colleague actress Emelia Brobbey over her lifestyle.
According to the beautiful actress who came in the news months ago for expressing her desire
to act porn if she gets the chance, Emelia Brobbey isn’t what most of us capture her to be but rather a proud and arrogant lady who doesn’t respect people.
Speaking in an interview with Ghpage TV with F Christie on “The Fame Show”, Safina Haroun
revealed that she was once bullied by the veteran actress after choosing her as her role model and motivator.
Recounting her ordeal with Emila, the sensual actress who noted her role models as Emelia
Brobbey, Nana Ama McBrown, and Prince David Osei narrated that she was once humiliated
by Emelia after she decided to help her with her luggage upon arriving on a movie set.
Actress Safina Haroun explained that she was very happy over her first encounter with Emelia
but she turned all her happiness into sorrows after she humiliated and scolded her as if she wasn’t a human being.
She further added that Emelia’s action brought a lot of tears in her eyes and cried for some days before coming to her normal self.
Comparing Nana Ama McBrown and Emelia Brobbey as her two female role models, Safina
hurled praises on the TV program host for being such a kind and receptive human being.
She stated that she has taken McBrown as her mother and her inspirer who always motivate her in her acting career and in time of difficulties.
The actress also in the interview stated that people will always have something to say about how
she lives her life but she is unperturbed about criticisms she comes her way.
“I live my life the way I want it and everyone has the right to live his or her life in a way that pleases them.
I don’t care about what people really say, I want to feel good about myself. If you care about what people say, you will not live life to the fullest”, she added.
Watch interview below:
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March 4, 2019
March 4, 2019