Ghanaian actress, film producer, singer and humanitarian of Lebanese, Ghanaian and Liberian descent has revealed that she was once a refugee and used to sleep on the bare floor.
She made this known as she seemed to be hitching to tell the world how she came from nothing to becoming the celebrated personality she is today.
The light-skinned actress of Lebanese decent revealed that she has plans of writing a book. If such plans comes to fruition, then part of what should be expected in her book will be how she use to sleep on the floor as a Lebanese.
“Should I write a book about my life journey from nobody to somebody? Did you know I have lived as a refugee and slept on only cloth spread out on the floor because we had no mattress? Should I write or should I not?”
She also recently took her social media paid to admonish her fans to stick to what they believe in despite their flaws.
Juliet Ibrahim wrote;
See, I have been called all sorts; “k legs” mocked and ridiculed, only because I embrace who I am and i’m not afraid of pushing the limit. Those insecure about themselves will always try to make others insecure about themselves, but my secret has always been to embrace my flaws and be proud of my uniqueness.
You cannot walk runways and grace billboards, talkless of be the face of multi-national companies if you don’t appreciate your uniqueness and embrace your flaws. #BEYOU #UnapologeticallyMe #Queen #tapfordetails