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“Mr. Ibu Charged Double The Fee A Ghanaian Actor Would Charge A Producer Yet We Were Sidelined”-Frank Naro Reveals [Video]

Kumawood movie actor and musician, Frank Naro has revealed that most Kumawood movie producers connived to sideline some top actors simply because they demanded better treatment and payment.

“Mr. Ibu Charged Double The Fee A Ghanaian Actor Would Charge A Producer Yet We Were Sidelined”-Frank Naro Reveals [Video]
“Mr. Ibu Charged Double The Fee A Ghanaian Actor Would Charge A Producer Yet We Were Sidelined”-Frank Naro Reveals [Video]

Speaking in an interview with the lifestyle & celebrity blogger Zionfelix on the Uncut Show, Frank Naro revealed that most movie producers ended up sidelining some movie actors claiming they have grown wings and become very disrespectful.

He stated that just because some of the demanded to be treated better and paid well, these producers presumed they have grown wings, hence they connived and ruin their careers.

He said that the Nollywood actor, Mr. Ibu who appeared in a couple of Ghanaian movies charged double the amount any Ghanaian actor would charge producers, yet for their own ill intentions, they sidelined Ghanaian talents for the Nigerian actor.

Frank Naro also added that the downfall of the Kumawood movie industry needs to be blamed on some of these producers even though they would not accept their flaws.

Watch the video below:

In other news, multiple award-winning dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., widely known as Shatta Wale has once again channeled his frustration towards the Ghana music industry over their irrelevant and insensitive submissions about his music brand.

Ever since he emerged into the music scene, Shatta Wale for many reasons has been unhappy with how affairs are being handled by some industry players, especially when it comes to giving artistes what they need to thrive with their crafts.

He has always disassociated himself from anything that has to do with the Ghana music industry, saying the industry did nothing to project his craft or invested anything into making him achieve the prominence he sought, hence they’ve got no audacity to berate him over his lifestyle and his approach to situations affecting the abilities of musicians to deliver.

In his most recent tweet, Shatta Wale furiously described the Ghanaian music industry as a disgrace to the world.

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