Juliet Ibrahim, a household name in African cinema, has ended her marriage with Israel Kwadwo Sarfo Jnr, a pilot and son of Apostle Kwadwo Sarfo, the founder and leader of the Kristo Asafo Church, according to reports reaching NEWS-ONE.
Though Juliet has consistently denied the reports of her divorce, a couple of big names within Ghana’s entertainment industry say she has confirmed to them in private that they started having problems two years ago and are finally divorced.
They have a son together.
Other reports said she has started dating a popular showbiz personality in Nigeria.
Ghanaelebrities.com also reported that the actress had confirmed the divorce: ‘Juliet Ibrahim has found it necessary to let her fans know today that she is no more married to Kwadwo Sarfoand the marriage ended some time ago, she confirmed this to GhanaCelebrities.Com.
The issue was also discussed on Peace Fm Entertainment Review last Saturday during which the editor for Razz, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, said he felt vindicated because when his paper broke the news of Juliet’s divorce, she vehemently denied it and accused the paper of fabrication.
Though no official reason has been given for the divorce, reports said that Juliet was always on set outside Ghana and did not have time for the husband.
Other reports also said it had to do with roles she played in a couple of movies.
In a 2010 interview with NEWS-ONE, Juliet said her husband was neither perturbed nor jealous about her roles, especially kissing role in the movies.
‘He is ok, he understands me because he himself is an entertainment person, so he understands. Just that, for me personally, I don’t fancy this screen deep and wet kissing. I am not for it. I don’t want to get into it because of the spread of disease these days. I have stopped kissing long ago after my first movie ‘Crime To Christ’. But my guy is in total support of what role I play,’ said the erstwhile model.
Juliet Ibrahim began her career as a model from 2004.
She started primary and secondary education in Ivory Coast and Lebanon. Later she moved to Ghana for her tertiary education at the Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL), where she once won the Miss GIL pageantry.
While at school she went on to model for Dolfins and Face-One Modelling Agency respectively.
She, however, stumbled into the Ghana movie industry in 2006 after she was called to play a role in ‘Crime to Christ‘ after her first TV series.
Within a decade, Juliet has moved from a small role actress to one of Ghana’s most gifted talents and an enviable asset to the Africa movie industry.
She now produces her own movies after playing lead role in several award-winning movies.
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