I Started Building My 6 Bedroom House At 18 By Selling Food – Ghanaian Comedienne Maame Esi Forson Reveals
Female comedienne Maame Esi has revealed in a fresh interview she had with Deloris Frimpong Manso (Delay) that she started building her first house when she was only a teenager.
In her words, she funded the project from the huge profits she made from her restaurant business as she distributed hot Ghanaian delicacies through online orders. She said she was able to complete the imposing edifice at 22 and has a lot of lands scattered around the central region.
Not too long ago, the award-winning comedienne was interviewed by Nana Quasi-Wusu on YFM Takoradi’s Dryve of your Lyfe where she explained that being in the Showbiz industry as a comedienne and actress is not fetching her enough money compared to what she’s making from her eatery joint.
Maame Esi added that she knows her job in Showbiz will start to pay well at some point but as of now, her restaurant is her bigger source of income and that is where she gets money from to invest in her movies and skits production.
“This is why I’m saying I love my restaurant more. I know the Showbiz part will pay off but not now because we’re now building. Everything has its beginning so I know in some time to come, the Showbiz will fetch me more money.
Asked how she is able to make money from her skits, she mentioned that she has exceeded the number of subscribers and number of views needed on her YouTube account to be able to monetize it, hence the needful has been done and she makes some income from the skits when uploaded.
Maame Esi Forson is a Ghanaian actress and executive producer for Naak-Choice Exclusive Media, the makers of “Boafo Ne Hwan”, a new Kumawood blockbuster in which she plays the lead character as Maame Esi. Maame Esi is also known for her funny skits and for playing the lead role in the ‘My Classmates’ TV series.
Meanwhile, watch her interview with Delay in the video below;