Juliet Ibrahim, a Ghanaian actress, has opened up on what appears to be her financial plan for the year 2020, hinting she would be monetizing every service she once offered for free.

The 33-year-old movie star took to Instagram to share a picture of herself sitting on a green sofa with a glass of smoothie and with a caption that appeared to be her new year resolution.

“2020 is the year of not doing anything for free; not even masturbation,” the film producer wrote as fans took to the post’s comment box to compliment her.

Ibrahim had recently talked about her divorce with Kwadwo Safo, her ex-husband who doubles as a son to Kojo Safo Kantanka, a renowned pastor.

she said she first met him in a strip club, yet, his family didn’t seem to approve of her own moral values.

“I was 24 years old when we decided to be together. And I’m the kind of person who works with what I have. So, if he had put all these into consideration and broke down what he expected from me, I would know how to handle things,” she had said.

“But we didn’t have this kind of conversation. The only thing we talked about was when I had kissing scenes in some of my past movies. So, I started controlling my scenes because of my own judgments. Even he and I spoke about it and we believed that we better off stay apart.”



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