Jon said that was the very first time he was
acting in a movie and the outcome was more
than he ever expected.
"It was great working with Leila Djansi, because
she knows what she wants so much that it
makes everything easy for me. The most difficult
part is the fact that, in my head, I thought I can
never act. But someway somehow, Leila got me
to believe that I can play the role. I think if I
did well, I will give all the credit to Leila. I got
goose bumps while watching the movie and kept
asking myself: is this what we shot? I think it
came out well," Jon Germain told NEWS-ONE.
Though the movie won multiple awards at the
just ended 2013 Ghana Movie Awards, Jon, also
known as "the supremo" says he prefers to
concentrate on his music and TV careers and act
on the sidelines.
"Truly I think I have gotten to a stage that I
should say, never say never, because I truly
didn't want to act. I truly didn't have an interest
because I thought I can't act. Now I so
genuinely want to concentrate on music and TV.
But never say never, if Spielberg calls me to say
what's up," he added.
Francis Addo-News One reported