‘My Encounter, Why I Stopped acting Romantic movies’ – Mercy Johnson Opens Up

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Popular Nigerian actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie has taken to social media to reveal why she stopped acting romantic scenes.

She revealed she has made some choices in the past that she isn’t proud of.

She, however, made it known that her sense of judgment has now heightened with age, confirming that she can no longer act unclad or do romantic scenes as she is now answerable to many people.

The Nigerian actress took to social media to reveal why she stopped acting romantic scenes.

‘When I do that, what would the younger girls do? When you grow past a certain level, you try to go ahead and do better.

‘Age is telling on me. I’ve grown past that level, I’m answerable to too many people: my husband, my kids’.

‘For me, you don’t need people to tell you what’s right or wrong.

‘Age is telling on me. I’ve grown past that level, I’m answerable to too many people: my husband, my kids.’ she said.

She went on to say: ‘I hate to embarrass them in any way. My daughter is growing. She gets hold of my phone sometimes, begins to google, and goes like, ‘Mum, my friends said…” And they’re very inquisitive.

‘I don’t think it’s (playing unclad scenes) something I want to do to make my kids question me in any way or have something in their mind that they want to ask and they can’t,’ she ended.

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