“There are different types of models, whilst others will prefer to be known for swimsuits, some would prefer doing for accessories. These are normal here and acceptable but the Boudoir is not and so when they see it, they start tagging you a bad girl and pouring all kinds of curse words on you which is not fair,” she added.
Jessica also appealed to Ghanaians to stop tagging models as bad girls. “You see, modelling is also a career worth celebrating. It is something we do with passion and you have to love it before you can do it.
“It takes a lot of courage and confidence to be a model and a great level of patience to remain in it so I think models deserve all the respect,” she said.
Jessica is also an actress and has featured in movies like Stalemate, True Lies, I Do and The Table. she has also played roles in a number of series which have aired on TV and online.
Modelling however is taking up a lot of her time but the Heels and Sneakers actress says she is not abandoning acting.
“You know our movie industry is now bouncing back so while we wait to be called for roles, we have to get busy and these shoots are one of the things that get me busy as well as my masseuse company. I am in Nigeria for a movie shoot then from here, I will be heading to the UK for a boudoir photo shoot,” she said.
A graduate of the Central University College, she won the first Miss Teen Ghana at age 15.
For More Photos of Jessica, head to her Instagram account. Credit: Graphic Showbiz
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