The debate over actors and actresses going nude in movies is one that will not die down anytime soon. In a continent where religion and culture play a key role in social orientation, many have argued that nudity in movies is un-African and must not be promoted in any way. Bubbly and daring actress Nana Akua Addo is the latest to wade into the debate, declaring that she has no qualms with acting nude provided her nudity will help tell the story properly.
Majid Michel 22 September is a Ghanaian actor. Michel was born in Cantonments , a suburb of the Ghanaian capital Accra. The son of a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian mother,  he grew up in Accra with his nine siblings. He attended St. In secondary school, Michel was actively involved in theatre and was a member of the school's Drama Club. Michel entered professional acting by auditioning for a modelling agency; a neighbour had introduced him to that agency. He was invited to join the modelling agency, Super Model Agency, on the behest of his next-door neighbour. He starred in the television series Things We Do for Love , acquiring his nickname "Shaker" on the set. His role in Things We Do for Love was to be played by a Lebanese boy, and Michel attributes being given the role due to his Lebanese heritage. In a interview with Star FM Ghana, Majid explained that he didn't get the role for the first film he auditioned due to poor acting from him, describing his "passion for acting" as what made him to continue to press forward in the film industry.
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It is disgusting, and unnecessary. There are so many better ways to depict a romantic scene or a scene leading to sex without showing all of it!! It is disgusting and I blame the director. If you read the post, you would see that i clearly said i was reading the news. Have a great day!
For me and the woman I'm in love with, we CAN discuss it without breaking down into spittle and hate. He believes in God, but also believes that God is everywhere, and therefore does not need to be worshipped in a specific place of worship with specific prayers. The important part of finding a partner to marry does not, in my opinion, revolve around whether or not you are of the same religion. Obviously don't make any commitments further in the relationship because you do not want to be married into an insane orthodox LDS family because it will cause alot of troubles. I knew a woman who married a man who converted to the church and she spent the rest of their married life telling him he was not good enough. This happened to me, and it took me forever to get out of the cult. So if you feel like you both are getting serious, then talk to your girlfriend in time and sort this issue out.