Popular Kumawood actor, Nana Yeboah who is known mostly for his ability to entertain people with funny and harsh words in movies has made a crucial statement concerning the kind of words he uses on set. The popular Ghanaian movie sensation has been criticized by many people for the way he is able to use certain harsh words in most of his movies.
Well, in an interview with Abeiku Santana, Nana Yeboah revealed that all the words as well as the insults he uses in movies are not his own words but are rather scripted for him. According to the actor, he only uses insults to discipline individuals who misbehave in his presence. He revealed that all the people he insults are to blame as he only uses his harsh words on people who ask for them.
The comic actor also explained that he will continue to use harsh words on people who misbehave in his presence since he has no right to lay hands on them. In conclusion, Nana Yeboah made it clear to Ghanaians that, the words he uses on set are scripted words and not his own words as Ghanaians assume it to be.
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