Actor Adjetey Anang is putting to rest his allegation that he cheated on his wife a few years into their marriage, which he made in his book.
The actor said during a GTV interview that, contrary to popular belief, he did not engage in any sexual activity with any of the women he had relationships with.
“When it’s cheating, we conclude that there were sexual affairs but the good book (Bible) tells us that, when a woman walks and you look at them lustfully, in your mind, you have sinned, that’s cheating. There is emotional, there’s mental and physical as well.
“So in my bid to explain, that covers a whole spectrum, of ‘I hug you for example’ and in my mind I am thinking lustfully of you, that’s cheating. You can’t limit it, otherwise, we get away with some things.”
He pointed out that it deviates from what the Bible teaches to confine infidelity to only sexual relationships.
Adjetey Anang added “…that thought should run through me with only my partner. I am not going to say that I slept with anybody in my thought processing.”
The explanation follows Adjetey Anang’s admission of physically and emotionally cheating on his wife, Elorm, in his new book, “Adjetey Anang: A Story of Faith, Imperfection, and Resilience.”
“You could say I was naive from the start about subtle amorous hints and perhaps made a lot of assumptions about people’s motives till it was too late. Soon, I got bolder, more daring and adventurous and sometimes I initiated flirtatious conversations and led many on.”
“I have been in very compromising situations with ladies. Some started as admiration and fun and after frequent chats, developed into flirting and occasionally went too far,” parts of the book read.