Renowned Ghanaian actress and model, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, popularly known as Ahuofe Patri, recently made an unconventional appearance on “Ride and Chat.” In this episode, she engaged in a candid discussion about her journey to fame, her experiences, vulnerabilities, and the realities of her life.
Ahuofe Patri emphasized the importance of open communication among young people, particularly with trusted family members, given the prevalence of depression in today’s society. She acknowledged that it’s not limited to celebrities and can affect their admirers due to the idealized images portrayed on social media. She also maintained a firm stance against accepting depression as a part of life.
She shared that shooting the film “The Big Six” was one of her most challenging experiences, particularly the unsettling cemetery scene. This highlights the hurdles actresses often face in pursuit of their artistic aspirations and showcases her versatility as an actress, willing to step outside her comfort zone for captivating performances.
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Additionally, Ahuofe Patri openly discussed the profound impact of losing her mother, describing it as the first time she truly felt a broken heart, stating, “My heart was shattered when I lost my mother.”
You can watch the full conversation by following this link: