Ghanaian actress, Nikki Samonas did turn heads and left tongues wagging over her attire as she mounted the red carpet and also on the stage to present an award at the 4Style TV Music Video Awards.

According to her, she sees nothing wrong with what she wore to the event – saying that; it’s no bad to dress and look ‘hot’.

“This is show business; it’s normal. I am not worried about what people will say on what I wear. Sometimes I go cool, other times I go ‘hot’ or normal. Those who criticize me should check themselves If they don’t do worse,” she hinted.

The beautiful actress also revealed that, although there are cultural norms and societal pressures on what people put on, we shouldn’t forget that people also have their own norms and values and should be respected.

“I have a mixed culture because I am not a full Ghanaian. I am of a mixed race, so when I speak about different cultures, that’s what I mean,” she explained.

Nikki lamented that if it was to be a church or out-dooring service, she might not have donned the dress she wore to the Awards night. “It was for a music event. If I was going to church, I wouldn’t wear it to church, so it depends on where I am going to and the choice of dress. I don’t care about what people will say,” she exploded.

When she was questioned about her main motive for wearing such dress and if it was intended to attract attention, she responded that, if her dress was not attractive, the reporter wouldn’t have approached her for an interview.

On her coming projects as a movie/TV Star, she said that, she’s not interested in shooting movies now, because she is shooting a short film she can showcase and market at international festivals.

“I am already doing a project with a renowned comedian in Ghana, Kalybos and also shooting a short firm based on an African story, designed purposely for award consideration, so, by January 2015 – I will surely unveil all the projects” she said.

Source – Razz NewsPaper

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