Ghanaian movie producer and actress, Baby Blanche in an interview with QuooFante, host of AroundTown Entertainment on Kessben TV has revealed that Ghanaians who find pleasure in criticizing sex scenes in movies mostly love it to the fullest behind the scenes. And that it’s just unfortunate that they cannot admit what they love and admire in public because of ‘hypocrisy’ entrenched in their hearts.
“I’m very real in whatever I do. I simply don’t fake to impress anyone. By now, every Ghanaian who’s eighteen years old is allowed to have sex and it’s part of human life. So what’s the big deal when reality (sex) is acted in movies? The sex scenes are there to educate. The truth is that those who critique love the explicit content in our movies, just that they pretend to hate it in public”, Baby Blanche revealed.
It could be recalled that Baby Blanche, born Blanche Worae recently launched a campaign christened, “Operation Remove Your Panties” which was vehemently opposed by some feminists especially Akumaa Mama Zimbi who foresaw the agenda to be a promoter of promiscuity among innocent Ghanaian ladies.
The bubbly actress cum producer is out with a new movie, “Trophy” which is scheduled to be premiered on Saturday, 18th November, 2017 at Golden Tulip Hotel in Kumasi at exactly 6:00p.m.
Watch the interview below:
By: Gabla Godwin / Showbiz Network Ghana
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