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I admire Chris Attoh’s fashion sense – Jeffrey Forson

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Ghana’s newest and hottest rising movie star, Jeffrey Forson says he admires the exceptional fashion sense of actor and MC, Chris Attoh.

Jeffrey Forson revealed this during an interview with Lady Sam at the Global Cinemas. The rising star featured in the blockbuster movie ‘Interception’ with Chris Attoh.

Below is a transcript of the interview:

The newest hottest star in Ghana, Jeffrey Forson, caught up with Lady Sam at Global cinemas, Weija, where they had fun at a photoshoot.

Lady Sam: You had a key role in the much talked about film Interception, tell me a bit about the role?

Jeffrey: I played the character Edward Patty he is a trouble maker but he is on the side of the good guys his girlfriend is the ex-girlfriend of Jon Dumelo’s character so he is the guy who people love to hate, hopefully unlike me.

Lady Sam: Have you acted before?

Jeffrey: I have done short films like Ghana police.

Lady Sam: Do you do anything else apart from acting?

Jeffrey: Well for now, I am focusing on acting but I have done modeling.

Lady Sam: I can tell. So what do you do to look good?

Jeffrey: I go to the gym as often as I can. If I could go twice a day I would.

Lady Sam: You look like someone that is into fashion, am I wrong in saying that?

Jeffrey: Yes, I just put stuff together. It doesn’t come naturally it doesn’t always go the way you want it to. Fashion is a way of expressing yourself. You may see someone and not like what they have worn but that is their way of expressing themselves. What you wear says a lot about you. There is also a saying dress how you would liked to be addressed.

Jeffrey Forson

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Lady Sam: Ok whose style do you admire in Ghana?

Jeffrey: I have to go with Chris Attoh, and for the female Ama K.

Lady Sam: In terms of ladies how do you like your ladies to look? Fitted bootylicious clothes or flowy clothes.

Jeffrey: Depends, someone can wear something fitted and it wouldn’t go so well and someone else can wear the opposite and it would look good. At the end of the day, if you look good, you look good.

Lady Sam: Do you have a girlfriend?

Jeffrey: No I don’t. It wouldn’t be a bad idea especially as Valentine’s Day is coming up, lol.

Lady Sam: Oh wow, so you need to look fast then. Finally, what do we have to look forward to do from Jeffrey Forson in 2016?

Jeffrey: You guys have to look forward to seeing me more on the screen. I have recently played a role in Shirley Frimpong-Manso’s movie Shampaign where I am in-love with someone’s wife so there is that to look forward to. I believe 2016 will be a great year, I will be sure to keep you posted.

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