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29th August 2011, 01:15 PM
Beautiful American born Nigerian actress, J.J. Bunny has told NEWS-ONE that she has no problem with movies that have explicit scenes if they are categorized.

“I have heard one or two complaints about African movies being a little bit exposed because usually people will watch the movie as a family and people sit with husbands, wives and children and watch together.

“I don’t have any problem with it being exposed. We just have to make sure that we label it right, so that families can pick the right content for their children and the single people who can handle nudity can also pick theirs,” she told NEWS-ONE when the paper caught up with her at the Silverbird Cinema.


J.J Bunny lived all her life the United States of America and has featured in a number of Ghanaian and Nigerian movies. Among them are ‘The Governors Gift,’ featuring Jim Iyke and Tonto Dike, ‘Cage’ starring Desmond Eliot, ‘This is Houston’ featuring Ini Edo, ‘The Bed’, ‘Paparazzi’ with Van Vicker, ‘X-Class’, starring John Dumelo and ‘The other Side of Love’ with Ramsey which is yet to be released.

The sexy looking actress was in Ghana to shoot in a Frank Rajah movie alongside Majid Michel and Yvonne Okoro. Being her first time in Ghana, J.J Bunny was overwhelmed to work with the gurus in the Ghanaian movie industry.

Having lived in the States all life, J.J explained why she saw nothing wrong with the explicit movies scenes. “I don’t have problem with it been exposed. We just have to make sure we… label it right so that families can pick the right content for their children to watch,” she insisted.

Her comments follow recent reports that actor Majid Michel showed his naked buttocks in the new two-cast movie: ‘Why Marry’.

But to JJ: “Well, it’s a comedy and what I saw unique about the movie is to expect the unexpected, even in American movies, there are some crazy scenes that mean nothing but yet it makes the movie so it really worked. All scenes are not supposed to mean something at all cost.”

Source: News One