- Kumawood actor Bishop Bernard Nyarko says he has stopped acting and won’t go back to the screens
- He said the movie industry is full of evil and other things which can easily cause one’s downfall
- Bishop Nyarko is now a pastor as he said he learnt from Majid Michel
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Popular Kumawood actor Bishop Bernard Nyarko says he is done with acting and no longer going back to the movie industry.
Now a full-time pastor, Bishop claimed that the movie industry is full of evil, greed, and unnecessary competition.
To him, the industry is a fertile ground for one to easily drift from God to do evil, therefore, he has decided to get that behind him for the rest of his life.
Bishop reportedly made this revelation to his congregation in one of his sermons recently.
He explained that one meets new, more and beautiful women in the industry every day and if one is not careful, he could sleep with all the women he met.
From the way he talked, Bishop indicated that he had had a taste of some of the things he wouldn’t want to do.
However, because he found himself in the industry, he could not do away with them.
Bishop Nyarko reiterated that he has now dedicated himself to his ministry and God, like his colleague actor Majid Michel, stressing that never would he go back.
“If I have stopped acting, it is because it is full of evil. You see many girls every day and there are temptations. Some even come from the marine world,” Bishop reportedly said.
Meanwhile, the actor was reported to have taken seriously ill which forced him out of the industry before he became a pastor.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, he revealed how he shared bed with dead bodies because he had nowhere to sleep.
Bishop explained that he had an issue with his mother who sacked him from her house turning him into a street dweller.
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