- Kumawood actor Ras Nene has opened up about his past life and the wayward this he has done
- Ras Nene claims he has served the devil in so many including doing drugs, engaging in juju, among others
- But upon all his service to Satan, he did not get any reward from it
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Kumawood actor Ras Nene, known in private life as Akwasi Antwi, has opened up on his past revealing some very secretive details about his life.
In a video interview with Kwaku Manu on his Aggressive Interview, Ras Nene who often plays thug roles in movies disclosed that he has served in the devil's world.
According to him, he worked for the devil for so long but did not get anything from Satan.
Telling his life story, Ras Nene indicated that he started doing bad things at a very early stage in his life.
These bad things, he stated, included him selling weed and other hard substances at Tafo, a suburb of the Ashanti regional capital of Kumasi.
He also believed in juju and has consulted a lot of juju men for spiritual powers in order to protect himself and also prosper.
Explaining further, he said most of his roles in movies depicted the actual gangster life he was living and thus made it easier for him.
He added that he was so bad that even when someone like Kwaku Manu was asking him to accompany him to church, he was taking money from him.
But through this arrangement of going to church with Kwaku Manu, Ras Nene had a change of heart and he decided to throw away his charms.
Since then, he has been born-again and has even embarked on a campaign to take the youth away from drugs.
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