Award-winning blogger Zionfelix has admitted that his interview with Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari was the hardest of all the interviews he had.
According to him, Nadia was not ready and also gave clear answers, which made the interview short and blunt.
He said this during an interview on Atinka Drive that was moderated by Roman Fada.
The young blogger, who has about 1 million followers on social media, said: “Nadia’s interview was tough. She didn’t give out any information. She didn’t give out any information and was so honest.”
He explained that this happened after she had children and people asked a lot of questions that made him collect everything to ask them.
“People asked a lot of questions about their children, their father, and when I met her I asked her all these questions, but she felt like I was going too deep, so she was straight, I ended it. Not just her, but I’ve heard Jackie is the same. You have only a few words. So if you’re not a good interviewer, it will be short, ”he said.
In the meantime, he said there was some chemistry between him and some celebrities, including Sister Afia, Mzbel, Sefa, Afia Schwarzenegger and Tracy, of course, and we are flowing. ”
He led us through his blogging journey and said he started blogging nine years ago after senior high school when he had a laptop.
“I created an online platform on Facebook and OMG Ghana hired me, I worked for them for two years and asked them to open a free website for me, and I did a lot, including school. I started in 2011, 2012. OMG hired me and it went on from there, ”he said.
In the meantime, he said he didn’t see himself as a celebrity even though he was a celebrity blogger, adding that he had fans and no fans.
“I have no fans, I have fans, I don’t see myself as a celebrity,” he said.
He said he loved entertainment during SHS and wanted to be an actor and television presenter to be like Chris Attoh, but because his family had no one to help him, he forgot about that dream
“I attended private schools and there was no term in which I paid my fees. I could leave one school to the other because my parents couldn’t pay my fees. I used to like sports, but when I went to SHS, I forgot; I also wanted to be like Chris Attoh, a TV personality or MC, but no one in my family could help me, so I left it, ”he said.
Although he was a blogger, he explained that blogging in Ghana went through a different phase, so that they not only blog about celebrities, but also report on the most important news.
The young blogger, who appears to be “rich” in no time, said that he had acquired everything he had through blogging.
“To make money from your work, it depends on you. I’ve been doing radio and television, everything I’ve done has not been blogging for nine years. Everything I have acquired is the result of blogging. Blogging really helped me. Blogging gives me the name and it gives me things for free. I was able to build a four bedroom house, we have a small car and God gave us the brains to work, ”he said.
However, he added: “We are trying to venture into other non-media-related things, especially now that we’re out there. If 10 years of blogging doesn’t pay off, we can fall for other things. ”
When he spoke about charges, he said that if he doesn’t want to do the interview, his charges will go up, especially if it’s about advertising and he’s not interested in the content.
“My fees go up significantly if I don’t want to do the interview. If I don’t want to, I’ll charge you a huge amount that you can take away yourself if you can’t afford it,” he said
Zionfelix, who recently received the PAV Ansah Communicator Award at the 2020 Exclusive Men of the Year Africa Awards (EMY Africa Awards), said: “The EMY Award is the most prestigious award I have received and I really appreciate it. “