Renowned Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker has stated that he does not drink or smoke but sometimes takes a little alcohol in the bedroom to get naughty or spice things up with his wife because love life at times gets stale, nothing more nothing less.
Speaking on the “Stars on Parade” Segment on the 3 to 6 Show on Citi FM on Saturday, Van Vicker dispelled perceptions about him being a womanizer saying he is stuck to only his wife, Adjoa Vicker.
Van Vicker has also cleared the air about his rumoured fight with Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh, which apparently took place while filming on set.
According to Van Vicker, he was recovering from malaria and flu and objected to going out to take his lines with Tonto, due to his condition.
He said all he heard was Tonto casting insinuations and reigning insults on him for no apparent reason.
The fight, according to Van Vicker did not turn physical because he told her he wasn’t going to touch her which he never did. Regardless of the incident the actor says he is still on good terms with the sultry actress.
Van Vicker also said he is ready to shoot 10 movies come 2012. He said if some Ghanaian producers could do movies within 3 days or a week, 10 movies in a year is feasible.
The Glo Ambassador, who recently renewed his contract with the telecom company, already has three directed movies under his belt and a fourth one “Distance” yet to be premiered in Ghana hopefully in December admitted that he encounters a lot of challenges when it comes to production for a movie.
The father of three is yet to be accepted into the Film Producers Association for the reason that they (FIPAG) wanted to establish his nationality and other matters, hence the long delay.
Touching on him being ditched by ace Nigerian actress Stella Damascus, he said he originally planned that she would be part of his cast of his new movie but it happened that when shooting began, Stella Damascus fell sick and had to leave because things could get worse and probably disrupt the schedule of shooting.
He also used the opportunity to call on government and all corporate bodies to come on board the movie industry to push the industry further.