Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Anang who’s known for his celebrated career, has shared his thoughts on the unfavorable comments he has received following the publication of his memoir titled ‘Adjetey Anang: A Story of Faith, Imperfection, and Resilience.’
During a recent interview on TV3’s ‘Midday Live,’ the veteran actor openly acknowledged that he was prepared for negative feedback and expressed his lack of surprise at encountering such comments.
“It was expected, I knew that people will go the way they were going. I find it as such an irony because I’ve heard so many people criticize the West for painting Africa in all those negativity and now we are doing a bit worse,” he shared.
He emphasized that rather than sustaining and focusing on negativity, we should concentrate on the positives and learn from these experiences.
“So we have no right to condemn them or judge them if we are doing that to ourselves because our focus is mainly sensationalising whatever we put out there and negating what without looking at the positives that would happen in our lives.
“If you keep on harping on the negatives, what do you expect, it’ll be repeated but what are the lessons to learn out of these things,” he advised.