I was controversial because I wanted to remain famous, says Adu Safowah

Speaking to Keely Jade Brewer on the Between Hours show on Asaase 99.5 Monday (11 March ) Safowah said the controversies she indulged in ruined her reputation

Media personality Regina Adu Safowah has revealed that she engaged in negative publicity in the past because she wanted to remain famous and relevant.

Speaking to Keely Jade Brewer on the Between Hours show on Asaase 99.5 Monday (11 March ), she said, “I wanted to be more famous and I realised that the controversy and negativity sell easily.”

“That is one of the reasons why I found myself in that world, and secondly, it is something that I did willingly; I wasn’t pushed, nobody forced me. I realised that when you go on the internet, negativity sells,” Safowah added.

“When there’s a little negativity, almost every blogger is posting and at the time after my ambassadorial deals, I just wanted to always be in the news. That’s why I went for the controversy, but when I sat back after years; the regret was everything.”

Over the years, Adu Safowah has fallen out with a number of celebrities, including Mona Gucci, Xandy Kamel, Nana Tornado and Nana Aba Anamoah.

According to her, the controversies she indulged in ruined her reputation.

“I wanted to be famous because i realised that famous people were privileged; they get away with a lot of things, so it was a dream.’

“When I was a child, I used to dream of talking to Omotola, saw myself talking to Genevieve Nnaji; it was something I so wanted to do.

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