The stars stepped on the black carpet to face their fears as they got here out to assist Deon Taylor’s new thriller Concern, which stars Joseph Sikora, Annie IIonzeh, and T.I.
The movie follows “a group of friends gather for a much-needed weekend getaway at a remote and historic hotel. Celebration turns into terror as, one by one, each guest faces their own worst fear,” in response to the film’s description.
We requested just a few stars on the carpet what worry they and are actively making an attempt to beat, to which T.I.P. gave an insightful reply.
“You get the courage after you do what scares the sh*t out of you, not before,” the rapper expressed.
Sikora shared his worry, which is “letting people down.”
“I have a phobia of letting people down,” he expressed.
“I’m a people pleaser and I want people to like me. The biggest lesson that I’ve learned is what people think about me is none of my business. Try to take care of yourself first.”
He then continued, solely telling Baller Alert which Energy star he would like to see have a derivative within the universe, sharing he would like to see his Drive co-star Kris D. Lofton’s character Jenard Sampson.
“I would love to see a spinoff about Jenard,” he answered.
“He’s such a complex character played beautifully by [Kris D. Lofton]. Season one, he was amazing, and [I] can’t wait for fans to see him in season two.”
Claudia Jordan stopped by and revealed after declining quite a few occasions previously she could be open to returning to Housewives and holding her peach once more.
“At first I said no because I thought it was a little toxic for me,” she started.
“Looking back in retrospect, I was very green but I would know the game more and I would be a bit more skilled as a reality star. I would go back now because I have a lot more going on, more opportunities, more wealth, better relationship status, and I know a lot of people on the show now that I’m cool with.”
Jordan then shares which former Housewife she feels deserved a second season, to which she mentioned Demetria McKinney.
“I don’t think she got a fair shot,” she expressed.
“The girls were being very mean to Demetria and that’s actually why I got into that big fight in the first place in Puerto Rico. I was defending the treatment of Demetria. I didn’t like that.”
Face your fears and ensure you go see Concern, which will probably be in theaters Friday, January twenty seventh.