Zionfelix, winning Author, admitted that Nadia Buari was the hardest one of the interviews he had in his interview with the Ghanaian actress.
Nadia didn’t come, he said, and he answered straight, shortening and making the interview blunt.
This he said during an interview with Roman Fada on Atinka Road.
“Nadia ‘s interview was tough, the young Blogger with some 1 million social media fans. She didn’t have any details. She doesn’t want to give details and she was so honest.
He explained that it happened after she had children, and people asked him a lot of questions to ask her.
“People were asking a lot of questions about her children, their father and when I met her, I asked her all those questions but she felt I was going too deep so she was straight I ended it. Not just her, but I heard Jackie is also like that. They have few words, so if you are not good as an interviewer, it will be short,” He said.
Meanwhile, he said that there was some chemistry between his fellow men and some famous people, including Sister Afia, Mzbel, Sefa, Afia Schwarzenegger, Tracy, and they were all up with details.
He began blogging us nine years after Senior High School when he had a laptop when he walked his journey as a blogger.
“I created an online platform on Facebook and OMG Ghana took me on, I worked for them for two years and I asked them to open a website for me for free and I was doing a lot including school. I started 2011, 2012 OMG employed me and it continued from there,” he said.
In the meantime, he said that he doesn’t see himself as a famous person though he is a famous blogger. “I do not have fans, I have followers, I do not see myself as a celebrity,” he said.
He said he enjoyed entertaining at SHS, wanted to be an actor and television host who wanted to be like Chris Attoh, but he lost the dream, because his family had no one to support him.
“I went to private schools and there was no term I finished paying my fees. I could leave one school to the other because my parents could not pay my fees. I used to like sports but when I went to SHS I forgot it; I also wanted to be like Chris Attoh, a TV personality or MC, but no one could help me in my family so I left it,” he said.
While he was a blogger, he said that blogging in Ghana took a different level, so that not only celebrity blogs but also key news stories are being published.
The young blogger, who in no time appears to be “famous,” said he had all he’s got from blogging.
“To make money out your work depends on you. I do radio and TV, everything I have done is out of blogging for the past nine years. Everything I have acquired is as a result of blogging. Blogging has really helped me. Through blogging, I have the name, and out of that, I get things for free. I have been able to put up a four-bedroom house, we have a small car and God has given us the brains to work,” He said.
He added, however, “We ‘re trying to get into things that aren’t about media , especially since we’re outside. So if you don’t pay 10 years for blogging, you can fall into other things.” He added.
He discussed charges when he did not want the interview, particularly when it was promotional, and when he had no interest in the content. He explained that his charges were going up very far.
“My charges go way up when I don’t want to do the interview; if I don’t want to do it I will charge you a huge amount that if you cannot afford you go away yourself,” he said
“The EMY Award is the most prestigious award I have received and I appreciate it,” said Zionfelix, who recently has been honored with the PAV Ansah Communicator Award at the Exclusive Men of the Year Awards 2020 (EMY Africa Awards).