Video + Photos: A Wonderful Night Out With Africa’s Best-Actress Jackie Appiah In London

Last Thursday, I got the chance to hang out with Star Actress Jackie Appiah in London (from 8pm to 1:30am). The over  5 hours hangout with one of Africa’s Best Actress was exceptionally interesting.

Contrary to popular allegation, this was my first time of meeting Jackie Appiah and also the first time I have had a full real push and pull conversation with her.

Though we have in the past exchanged text and BB messages, the only out of the ordinary communication I have had with her until last Thursday was a voice note she once sent. I think what she wanted to say then was too long for the usual typing and as many people do, she also went for the voice option.

From the above, you can quickly deduct that even though I have met several celebrities, meeting Jackie Appiah meant a lot to me, my blog-GhanaCelebrities.Com and my ‘status’ as a celebrity blogger.

And oh yeah, we did not just meet, we had long chit chats over dinner and then proceeded to hang out at her Posh Central London Hilton Hotel where I managed to get answers to some interesting questions.

How the Night Started


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We arranged that I pick her up at 7pm from her hotel for dinner but then I got stuck in traffic for an hour. I hate being late but I had no option than to keep beautiful Jackie Appiah waiting. I am not sure what was going through her mind when she had to wait on me for an hour after I had mentioned to her not to be late the previous day.

When I got to her hotel, it took less than two minutes for her to descend down. Before I could turn the engine of my car on, she softly said; ‘guess who is late, I thought I was supposed to finish by 7 and you were meant to be here by 7’. I shamefully laughed over her comment and followed my laughter with an apology…Continue Reading + Check Photos & Videos From Here

Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri

I am a Freelance Journalist/Blogger, a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate. I am the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” Currently, apart from this blog, I am the Editor of the Biggest & Premium Ghanaian Entertainment online media property-GhanaCelebrities.Com and the vibrant truth-saying blog, BrutalyUncensored.Com.