Veteran Ghanaian actor, George Appiah Kubi, popularly known as Paa George, has said he only engages in numerous casual sexual affairs with women in movies but in real life, he is not a womanizer.
Contrary to claims that he is a womanizer, the eighty-two (82) year old actor confessed to living a promiscuous lifestyle during his active days as a member of the Brigade Band but has completely turned over a new leaf with regards to his former womanizing attitude.
On Personality Profile with Kasapa FM’s Kojo Preko Dankwa on Kasapa Entertainment, Paa George said the womanizing tag was attributed to him because of his promiscuous attitude in movies.
According to him, movies do not depict real life of actors so movie lovers should avoid judging actors based on their roles in movies.
“If someone sees me in that compromise manner with women in movies, it’s just acting and not to be taken serious. It is never my habit in real life. I was a womanizer during my Brigade time but for now, I have completely changed.
“Those days I was called ‘Kojo Blackie’ because of my handsomeness and I had a ‘Kasawaki’ motorcycle with the inscription ‘Ladies Friend’ which I only allowed beautiful ladies to board but for now, I have completely stopped womanizing so it can’t be my character.” Paa George told Kojo Preko Dankwa
He shockingly said due to his many transient sexual relationships with women who admired him, he had so many children with eight (8) women.