Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim has revealed why she keeps soaring higher in her field of endeavor though she is ridiculed by critiques.

The humanitarian of Lebanese, Ghanaian and Liberian descent seems unperturbed about the numerous attacks on her stature and legs by some of her fans.

But the actress who is unhurt about the insults hurled at her, claimed she accepts her physical flaws because it makes her unique.

In her Instagram post sighted by, the film producer recounted how she was mocked that she cannot walk on runways, grace billboards and be the face of multi-national companies because of her ‘K-Legs’ tag.

Juliet Ibrahim Klegs

“See, I have been called all sorts; “k legs” mocked and ridiculed, only because I embrace who I am and i’m not afraid of pushing the limit. Those insecure about themselves will always try to make others insecure about themselves, but my secret has always been to embrace my flaws and be proud of my uniqueness. You cannot walk runways and grace billboards, talk less of be the face of multi-national companies if you don’t appreciate your uniqueness and embrace your flaws.” Juliet Ibrahim Posted on Instagram

Juliet Ibrahim made her acting debut in the 2005 film Crime to Christ starring Majid Michel and her first Nollywood movie was Yankee Boys.

She produced her first film ‘Number One Fan’ in 2014. Her 2nd movie ‘Shattered Romance’ which paraded Nigerian and Ghanaian actors, launched amidst fanfare in Accra, Ghana on 5 December 2014.

Juliet Ibrahim won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards for her role in 4 Play. She has also featured in Twi movies, in Yoruba language films and also a Hausa Language film titled “Ladan Noma”.

She has been referred to as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman” according to A-listers Magazine.