Popular Ghanaian actress and talk show host, Peace Hyde, who is famous for her curvaceous body has come out to say her success in the entertainment industry has nothing to do with her big boobs and curves.
In a chat with NET, the UK-born actress said she doesn’t owe her popularity to her voluptuous body as people think. ‘I don’t think they are what have made me good at what I do.
I believe people will always find something to fixate on and that cannot really be helped, however after you get the attention, what do you have to offer? I believe talent goes a longer way than looks and that is something that my mum has always taught me.
I don’t sit on TV and keep quiet because of my looks, you have to be able to anchor a show intelligently for an hour and that has nothing to do with looks.’
In truth, Peace Hyde has a First Class degree in Psychology from Middlesex University in the UK and made her acting debut in the movie, Protege which was directed by Alex Mouth.
The movie afforded her the opportunity to of acting alongside Steph-Nora Okere and Wale Macaulay.