Emil Gerald Wood popularly known as Nana Tornado, the Ghanaian actor and socialite, who rose to fame by acting in the Afia Schwarzenegger series has spoken about how he doesn't need some celebrities to be his friends.
In an investigation with Zionfelix, where he was asked about his relationship between himself and Mzbel the musician. He said that even though his friendship with her is not all that tight, he is still friends with her and they talk from time to time.
During the interview, he was asked whether Afia Schwarzenegger is still his friend and he said that she is no longer her friend and he is even tired of being friends with celebrities because the love shone is always fake. And the reason is that after various studies, he has found out that his friendship with celebrities did not help him and this time around, his friends will be ordinary people. But it doesn't mean he will not make celebrity friends but he will not have them as tight ones.
What do you make of Nana Tornado’s claims?
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