Aside Appearing In Sexy Music Videos, These Are 3 Movies and Series Kofi Siriboe Has Starred In

Kofi Siriboe on Doja Cat Streets

Ghanaian-American Actor and model Kofi Siriboe set Twitter ablaze with the role he played in Doja Cat’s new music video “Streets”.

Kofi Siriboe known for his roles in Girls Trip and Queen Sugar had most of his scenes in Doja Cat’s video trending on Twitter with Doja-admirers drooling over him. He played the role of a taxi cab driver in the four-minute video.

Doja Cat’s “Streets” was released in 2019 on her second studio album Hot Pink album, the song returned back up to the Billboard Hot 100 chart’s Top 20 last month after the viral #SilhouetteChallenge. Doja was also recently announced as a performer for the upcoming Grammy Awards, so the track could get a live rendition soon.

Kofi Siriboe prior to his role in Doja Cat’s video has starred in many Hollywood movies and has been nominated for several NAACP Image Awards and Black Reel Awards for Television.

Kofi Siriboe has been a huge Mental Health advocate and this is evident in his short film “Jump”, where he shows the black community that it’s okay to be vulnerable and that one is never alone when navigating this life of ours with this new project.

To still keep you ‘thirsting’ for Kofi Siriboe’s acting, we compiled 3 of our best movies and series he’s starred in.

Girls Trip

In Girls Trip, Kofi Siriboe was portraying Jada Pinkett Smith’s love interest in the 2017 hit movie. Hearts throbbed and jaws dropped over his scene-stealing performance as Malik. People named Siriboe, one of its Sexiest Men Alive.

Queen Sugar

In Queen Sugar, Kofi Siriboe play the role of Ralph Angel Bordelon, a formerly incarcerated single father struggling to move forward as a sugar cane farm owner in fictional St. Josephine Parish, Louisiana.


In JUMP, the Ghanaian-American actor and Queen Sugar star Kofi Siriboe paints a portrait of a young black man battling depression, grief, and the urge to commit suicide.

Shot in the Bronx, you’ll meet Ziggy, who, according to the film’s brief summary, is a “haunted man detached from reality” as well as his friend Kree—who represents the people in our lives who are willing to be present in our time of need. Throughout the short film you’ll notice a black girl appear and disappear, as she represents the innocence and relief Ziggy longs for—if he jumps.

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