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‘I had body esteem issues’ – Juliet Ibrahim, opens up on her past struggles

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'I had body esteem issues' – Juliet Ibrahim, opens up on her past struggles

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Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, reveals the struggles she faced as a teenager and how she has been keeping us with her celebrity lifestyle.

Juliet Ibrahim is a Ghanaian actress, film producer and singer of Lebanese, Ghanaian and Liberian descent. She has been referred to as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman” according to A-listers Magazine. In an interview with Saturday Beats, he 35-year-old actress talked about the struggles she faces as a teenager and how people see her as a celebrity without issues.

In her words,

“In my book, I spoke about the many struggles I have gone through. From Liberia to Lebanon, Ivory Coast and Ghana, I survived the upheaval of wars across countries, being torn away from my family and losing memories. However, that is only the beginning of my story. I was a child with body-esteem issues, a teenager dealing with abuse in silence, a young woman making mistakes in love and an adult finding cause to celebrate life. This is to make others aware and to correct the misconception about celebrities having it all. Celebrities also break down. They have emotions and sometimes, they might not have it all. The aim of my book was to empower every girl child that no matter their background, they can rise above it with hard work and determination.

The actress also noted that the most challenging part of being a celebrity was staying relevant and living up to the expectations of one’s followers. The most challenging aspects of being a celebrity are staying relevant, trying to improve on what one does and most especially, living up to the expectations of one’s followers. I am a work in progress. I am human like everyone else and I try to always be a better person. Giving up or backing down has never occurred to me.’’

Juliet also stated that she was not pleased with how the LGBT community was being treated in Africa.

“I am an activist and a humanitarian. I do not support any citizen of any country practicing jungle justice. Nobody has the right to intentionally harm another human being on the basis of their sexuality.”


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