Curvy Gambian actress based in Ghana, Princess Shyngle has stated emphatically that she has no intentions of mentoring anybody or being anybody’s role model with her life.
Princess shared a hot bikini photo on Instagram with a lengthy caption expressing how she is being herself with every single activity of her life and not to impress anyone.
The ‘Why Should I get Married’ star explained that she is only on this earth to finish up with her talent, make money and have fun doing what she was born to do and has urged her fans to get ready with their timelines being filled with “bikini” photos and memorable moments of her.
Read her full speech below:
Please I’m not a “Role Model ” …. I’m here to f*** ish up with my talent….. I am in an industry where you have to express yourself the best way you know how….. I’m here to make money and have fun doing what I was born to do . It’s either you accept me and my craziness or move on and look for some other female to be your role model Abeg So get use to 2017 being filled with ” bikini ” photos and memorable moments of me or you just be that “role model ” for your child or better yet make your mother your role model and not me ️ … Princess Christian Shyngle co-produced, wrote and starred in “Why Did I Get Married” together with Rapper D.Black. The movie was a huge success and we got six nominations at the Ghana Movie Awards, and eventually won one. She has a decent educational background, the actress has majored in IT, Business and Marketing from the Gambian Business College and worked with beverage giants, Coca-Cola.
Princess Shyngle is a Ghanain-base-Gambian international actress who’s beginning to create waves in Africa, but many people see her as a Ghanaian Actress. Princess was born on 25th December 1990 in Banjul to the family of Deputy Mayor of Banjul Mr Winston Shyngle and her mom Ramatoulie Cham is a business woman.
Although Princess was born in Gambia she says she’s a descendant from all over Africa. This is what she said “My paternal grandparents are from Ghana and Sierra Leone respectively while my maternal grandparents are from Nigeria and Mali.”
She did her primary and secondary school at Ndowa Comprehensive, but her interest in acting started while she was working and a friend called and told her that Nollywood producers are in town looking for an actor to represent Gambia in international reality show called The Next Movie Star Africa and asked her to give it a try, which she later came second in the competition in the whole Africa. Now she’s studying film directing at Accra film school.