AWARD WINNING actor, Adjetey Anang, popularly known as Pusher, has said that being a man depends on how one is able to control his instincts and not necessarily being a womaniser or an alcohol addict.
“…Being addicted to alcohol or dating numerous ladies doesn’t make you a real man but rather being disciplined enough,” he said.
Speaking on ‘Pae Mu Ka,’ a segment on Kasapa Entertainment Show, Pusher noted that though many attributed his ‘bad’ role in ‘Things We Do For Love’ as his actual behaviour, he doesn’t engage himself in any of the social vice characters he played.
When asked what has been his secret for staying relevant in the movie industry and enjoying a fruitful marriage, he said “though there is pressure in marriage, when you enjoy what you do and also stay positive in your entire marriage life, you’ll enjoy marriage.”
Answering a question posed to him on why he sometimes get too intimate when acting with colleague actress, Jackie Appiah, Anang revealed that the cast in ‘Things We Do For Love’ series connect since they know each other well.
He has featured in many Ghanaian movies, including ‘Deadly Voyage’, A Sting In A Tale, ‘The Perfect Picture’ and others. He has also featured in a Dutch movie titled slavery.
‘Pae Mu Ka’ is a new segment on Kasapa Entertainment on Kasapa 102.5 FM and seeks to delve into the real life situations of Ghanaian celebrities. Kasapa Entertainment is hosted by Radio and Television Award nominee, Kojo Preko Dankwa, every Saturday from 2p.m. to 4p.m.