'Refusing to grow' actress, Akorfa Ejeani-Asiedu has gone harsh on a stick of 'khebab' at a rather awkward place and time.

The ďI Sing of a WellĒ actress was spotted by peacefmonline.com lenses, 'struggling' with a stick of arranged meat, at a funeral grounds where she was supposed to be mourning the greatest loss which had hit the country's movie industry.

When everybody was in a solemn mood grieving over the death of renowned cinematographer, Bob Johnson at the Holy Trinity Cathedral after he was laid to rest at the Osu cemetery on Saturday January 8 2011, Akorfa was busy pulling the meat from a khebab stick.

She was in her usual young lady look haircut, a silver dotted white dress, silver earrings, black bangles and a ring to match.

Peacefmonline.com is reliably informed that, khebab is a favourite delicacy of Akorfa who owns a restaurant ďFaliís Hot PotĒ at Kanda in Accra, but she should do it at the right time, right place and definitely not in such a militant manner.

At the same funeral, Ghallywood bad boy, Majid Michel was caught by peacefmonline.com eagle eyes, negotiating to kiss former model-turned actress and wife of soccer star Tony Baffour, Kalsoume Sinare.

Majid who gradually is becoming addicted to kissing on screen, was not really telling Kalsoume anything but had his lips extremely close to that of the actress.

He was spotted in a black shirt and dark sun glasses and his lips were ready to pounce on Kalsoume like a hungry monkey who has seen a banana. In the shot, Kalsoume did not seem alarmed at Majidís suggestive gestures, as she was seen smiling and looking straight into his eyes.

Majid has kissed almost every top actress in Ghana and Nigeria on screen including: Yvonne Nelson, Nadia Buari, Jackie Appiah, Juliet Ibrahim, Yvonne Okoro, Omotola, Mercy Johnson, Tonto Dike, Ini Edo, Uche Jumbo, Rita Dominic among others.

But he has confessed that sexy Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji is the best kisser. Who knows - Kalsoume could beat Genevieve to it.

Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana