Celebrated Nigerian actor, Richard Mofe-Damijo has intimated that talented people should concentrate on honing their skills in order to gain fulfillment that is more valuable than money.
Speaking in a recent interview with George Quaye on Joy Entertainment’s Showbiz A-Z, Richard Mofe-Damijo answered a question posed by the host as to whether pursuing a career in acting is worth it.
According to the celebrated actor, venturing into the movie industry takes one to places. He stated that the appreciation from his loyal fans and love is worth more than gold.
He feels that a strong reputation earned through a profession in the arts may open doors for you and do things for you that money probably won’t be able to achieve.
In other news, Ghanaian Hiplife/Trap musician, Mohammed Ismail Sherif, well known as Black Sherif has finally opened up on how he was able to secure his collaboration with Burna Boy on his #SecondSermonRemix.
According to the hitmaking machine, Burna Boy reached out to him and his team and expressed his admiration for his craft, particularly his song ‘Second Sermon”. He stated that the collaboration naturally without necessary sitting down with him to agree on terms.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, Black Sherif revealed that Burna Boy informed him through a video call that he would like to work on the song with him when he comes to Ghana.