Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Lydia Forson is ready to let whoever cares know that she is not driven by her present status as a celebrity especially as she doesn’t consider herself one.The actress, who is featured on the cover of the January edition of Nigeria’s fashion magazine, Naija Juice, stated that the only time she would feel like a celebrity is when she sees her picture on a local game of Ludo.

Asked how she feels being a celebrity, Lydia said: ‘Maybe, because over the years the title has been tainted and abused to the point where you don’t even know the value it holds. When I say this, my friends think I am being outrageous. But the only time I’d feel like a celebrity is when I have my picture on a local game of Ludo.

If the masses know you; you are, probably.’ Lydia Forson, who played the role of an ambassador for the Africa Movie Academy Award (AMAA) in 2014, produced her first movie, A Letter from Adam last year as well….

Source: thenet.ng
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