The Restoration host underlined the significance of selectivity in her choice of friends in a recent interview with Graphic Showbiz, suggesting similarities to love relationships where red signs should not be disregarded.
Evaluating a person’s integrity and capacity to keep secrecy while building strong ties were important concerns for her since red flags should be controlled and worked through in real friendship to retain trust and respect.
“You can tell a person’s personality by how they act around you.” You can detect whether or not a person has a loose tongue.
“You see, the beauty of friendship is that you should be able to manage and work around any red flags.” So, if you understand your buddy is incapable of keeping secrets, you don’t discuss secrets with them,” she said.
When asked whether she had industry friends, Stacy said that she would “rather have sisters than friends” because of the profound bonds she had built with those who had supported her through her most difficult moments and had protected their shared secrets.
“Some people were there for me during the most difficult time of my life and kept certain things we shared to themselves.”
“They have shown me love beyond my imagination,” she continued, emphasizing the need to maintain trust and caution in personal interactions.
As a reminder, Stacy Amoateng is a television presenter/producer, media consultant, philanthropist and actress from Ghana. She founded a charitable organization to support women and children in need and has been recognized for her work via a Ghana Peace Award.