Amongst other things, she talks about how people confuse her role in movies to who she is real life.
On her experience and l£sb!anism rumours, she had this to say;
“Look at me….what do you think? Of course, I am not a l£sb!an.
l£sb!anism is against my religious beliefs, it’s against my cultural norms and I think it was very mischievous for people to insinuate such about someone they hardly knew. The rumor was started by a notorious website in Ghana last year when they reported that they had never seen me with a man. In their warped and twisted calculation, I was thus a l£sb!an. Can you imagine such crass reasoning?
That they had not seen me with a man, and may have seen me with my girlfriends going out to have fun, and then automatically I was a l£sb!an. It was a hatchet job – an attempt to discredit me, but they all failed.
I am heterosexual and would remain one till the end. When you are in the public light as I have been blessed and privileged to being, your life becomes a public property and some mischievous people will say all manner of things about you. It comes with the territory, so I forgive them.”