Over the weekend, a lady by name Nana Abena Korkor was able to break our internet with her raunchy videos.
The lady who is the SRC aspirant in the University of Cape Coast, UCC according to her released the videos herself.
The statement that she released the videos herself became debatable on various social media platforms including Facebook and Twitter. Many started wondering if Nana Abena is psychologically correct or not.
To shut down that rumor, she released another video saying she is mentally correct and knows exactly what she is doing.
In addition, series of screenshots hit the internet, where she mentioned names of top personalities in Ghana who have chopped her down including our very own Asamoah Boateng, who came out to defend himself.
Few hours ago, another video we have here has Abena saying she has broken up with her boyfriend and that, she needs a new boyfriend who will help her win the SRC title again.
Taking a critical look at this whole thing, one can tell the lady (Nana Abena) is not mentally stable – she must be on a drug or perhaps, something more spiritual is working her.
Well, one of Ghana’s controversial movie producers by name Socrate Sarfo has questioned the LAW on how misappropriate Nana Abena Korkor is behaving – referring her actions to one of his popular movies titled HOT FORK.
The whole story – after Socrate released his movie tagged Hot Fork, he was questioned by many and was later on asked by the law to ban the movie, with the reason of it containing explicit scenes and concept. Though he made it clear the movie is for adult only, the law refused to buy his explanation which didn’t give him much revenue like he had wanted to derive from the movie.
In his statement, he is asking why this same law that attacked him and the movie HOT FORK has left Nana Abena who is breaking the internet with explicit contents ignored.
He shared his opinion on his timeline yesterday… Text below..
Some few year ago. I produced an investigative drama piece on video, it was to educate the world about the negative effects of temper.
I was criminalised because I have given it a thought provoking title. it’s a title that few ppl in Ghana find lazy to read to understand but judge it to be a sin since it sound profane in their ears.
They know the deference between God and god but not fork and fu*k.
I was invited and nearly arrested for exhibiting and publishing nudity in public. A crime under the public oder act. Though the classification board has classified the movie for adults only under the classification law. I was left off the hook under the condition that I reedit the movie and drop the title.
Today, a certain Kokor, a student of UCC has come out and publicly claim that she publish her nude pictures and video. And its gone viral. We all feeding our eyes and admiring her figure and dance moves.
I wait to see what the law enforcers will make out of it. If she is ignored then im taking the camera again to shoot my next movie. This time the title is “ABENE” don’t ask me why but Its not a cartoon for kids. We are all above the law or under the law.