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Being perceived a sex symbol not a big deal — Ella Mensah

Every attractive actress  has a price she must pay  for her looks. For screen diva, Ella Mensah, whose role interpreting craft has cut across Nollywood and Ghallywood, she is seen as a sex symbol. But surprisingly, the curvy actress says seeing her as a sex symbol is not a big deal.

Ella Mensah

“I never knew I was perceived as a sex symbol, me being sexy is not a big deal! Nothing wrong with that! So if I’m perceived as a sex symbol, then that’s ok by me! I don’t have any problem with that”, she said.

The light-skinned actress who is usually the cynosure of any movie she stars in told E-Daily what the most unforgettable part of her 2018 was.

“My most unforgettable part of 2018 was when I almost lost my life (God forbid) when I was attacked by armed robbers on my way to my house in Lagos from a movie set! It was scary, but I’m grateful to God for saving my life and blessing me afterwards.”

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Contrary to public belief, she claimed that she hasn’t achieved much from the acting profession. “No I’m not fulfilled as an actress, there is a lot I want to do and achieve. I have a lot of plans and so many things I’m planning to do. When those dreams become a reality, that’s when I will be fulfilled as an actress. Acting hasn’t done so many things for me!   The industry is not good so acting is actually not paying my bills! But I will go into details another time.”

Speaking further, she rubbished reports gone viral that she can star in a pornographic film.

“I have never ever in my life said I can star in a pornographic film! Never ever! On the contrary, I said, no amount of money can make me star in a pornographic movie”, she said.

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