Gorgeous Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Lydia Forson, has declared she will only feel like a celebrity “when” her face is plastered on a local game of Ludo.
Ludo is a competitive board game commonly played in Ghanaian homes for recreational purposes. It requires two to four players, in which the individual players race their four tokens from start to finish, according to die rolls.
The witty actress and writer who is popular for her fierce personality told Nigeria’s Juice Magazine, celebrity is not a status she identifies with.
“Maybe, because over the years the title has been tainted and abused to the point where you don’t even know the value it holds.
“When I say this, my friends think I am being outrageous. But the only time I’d feel like a celebrity is when I have my picture on a local game of Ludo. If the masses know you; you are, probably”.
Forson who recently released her debut self-produced movie A Letter from Adam also told the magazine she believes her upbringing has contributed to her distinction in her career path.
“I am from an intense family. There is never a hello or goodbye without an ‘I love you’. We’re openly emotional and never afraid to share how we feel.
“In a way, I believe that has shaped the actress I’ve become. You must be willing to be absolutely in touch with your emotions to be true to a character”.