Entertainment of Tuesday, 22 May 2018
Musician and television personality, Akosua Adjepong, has advised females in the entertainment industry to shun exchanging sex for favours.
She gave the advice at the final funeral rites of late actor, Asonaba Kweku Darko, popularly known as “Super OD” at Agona-Abodom in the Central Region on Saturday.
She noted that, the rate at which upcoming musicians and actresses are giving in to men in order to be ‘successful’ is appalling and called for a halt.
According to her, if you are talented, there will be no need to sell your body because “only God can make you famous”.
“You don’t need to go naked to prove your talent. It is only God that can make you famous. We can use my career as an example. Now they want the money and a lot are greedy wanting to lead the competition. Don’t let someone sleep with you for a position. Go through the hard way…” she told Adom TV’s Sister Sandy.
She described the late Super OD as a man who was full of life and loved everyone equally.
Akosua Agyapong urged her fans to look out for her next album dubbed: “Ye Wani na Gye Wani”.