Frank Naro has said contrary to the perception that he is disrespectful and conceited, he is only hated just for the way he looks, including his body piercings and tattoos.
The actor and musician told blogger Zionfelix that in Ghana people try to cage people to conform to a certain pattern and those who want to change this narrative are tagged as disrespectful.
“In Ghana, when people are aware of your beginnings, they anticipate that you will remain that way and never advance in life. They even accuse me of being conceited, despite the fact that I have never insulted anybody, liked playing, and have never engaged in physical conflict.
You accuse me of being conceited because you see how I dress and are aware of my body piercings. There is only the body, which is made of sand. “You are ignorant,” he told Zionfelix.
He intimated that before he became an actor, he had no tattoos, piercings, or dreadlocks, but as a singer, he was required to uphold a particular standard due to his brand.
Additionally, Frank urged critics to speak with him personally before making assumptions if they think he could be arrogant.
“Before you knew me, I worked as an actor in the film business, and I didn’t have any of the body parts I have today. It’s all about branding, so I need to do a good job at that. If you see someone and notice something you don’t like about them, approach them and don’t label them as arrogant.” “I didn’t disrespect anyone,” he continued.
Source – Tru News Report