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ARROGANCE FROM ACTORS KILLED THE GHALLYWOOD MOVIE INDUSTRY-PRINCE DAVID OSEI SAYS.

Ghallywood is experiencing yet another nose dive and this time around star actor Prince David Osei is actually putting the blame on themselves instead of the cliche piracy control we are use to hearing. And lets not forget this isnt the first time the ghanaian film industry has collapsed, back in the day it almost went completly non existent until Venus film producer Abdul Salam mumuni Introduced us to new millenium faces with the likes of Jackie Appiah, Nadia Buhari, Van Vicker, Majid Michelle etc.
Prince David had a sit down interview with Delay and when asked about what he thought was responsible for the drought in the industry this was what he had to say. “When we talk about things that contributed to the collapse of the industry, one is piracy, as for individual differences we can work with it, after all everyone has a different temperament, but piracy, lack of good distribution network and ARROGANCE on the part of some of us ACTORS. We thought we were too big and the movies can’t thrive without us, sometimes fame gets into your head so we are all culpable.” Do you think he has a point?

I WILL NEVER COLLABORATE WITH SECULAR ARTISTS!! KWEKU GYASI

It has always been a question as to whether its of good morals for gospel artists to collaborate with secular artists and everyone seem to have mixed reactions when it comes to that topic. And not just in ghana but all over the world, Nicki minaj received some heat earlier this year when she did a gospel track with Tasha Cobss and not to mention Michelle williams of pop girl group Destiny’s Child who has been criticized for many years for being a gospel artist and being a part of the group.
Canadian based ghanaian gospel artist Kweku Gyasi yesterday did an interview with happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra with Doctar Cann, whether or not, if he would like to collaborate with secular artistes, he stated, “No for that one I will not, but I am not saying it is a sin, however it is a personal decision”. He claimed these are cpmpletely different genres and they both have their target audiences. Kwaku Gyasi, who currently resides in Canada, revealed to Happy FM that he will return to Ghana for a gospel show in August this year.

SAY WHAT?? NANA APPIAH MENSAH STRUGGLING TO PAY SALARIES?

Rumor has it that CEO of Zylofone media company is ALLEGEDLY struggling to pay salaries and bonuses of players at his own club start madrid. Some player allegedly spoke with 442gh.com anonymously for fear of victimization. Star Madrid is a well-branded club which keeps attracting even some of the biggest stars in the country because of the owner Nana. But when you are finally signed-on, the treatment is different. We have not been paid our winning bonuses for seven matches now and they have asked us to go home without our salary. I don’t think it’s fair,” one player noted.
Another also saidthat, some of the players believe that their conditions of service are better than some Premier League clubs and do not see the non-payment of winning bonuses as an issue whilst others s believe the bankroller of the club Nana Appiah Mensah is oblivious of the development arguing that he wouldn’t permit that treatment if he’s aware.

PRODUCERS CAN NO LONGER AFFORD MY SERVICES!! NOLLYWOOD OMOTOLA JALADE SAYS!!

Despite being one of the biggest screen goddess from africa and getting world wide recognition, we can arguably say Omotola’s appaarance on screen has quite dwindle for the past two years. In a recent interview the actress was asked why that was the situation and she said ”producers can no longer afford me”
According to the sexy looking actress and mother of 4, movie producers are unable to meet her price and as a result, rely on alternatives.

“Most can’t afford me, some can’t afford what it takes to have me on set. It is a new terrain, all will balance out soon”, she revealed.

AFRIMA NOMINEES LIST TO BE UNVEILED ON AUGUST 14

The 13-man International Jury of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, will arrive Lagos, Nigeria on Wednesday, August 8,2018 ahead of a week-long adjudication process following the closing of entries where 8,009 songs/videos were received for the 5th edition of the annual awards event.

From Thursday, August 8 to Tuesday, August 14, event hospitality partner, Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria, will provide a secure venue for the AFRIMA International Jury members representing the five regions of Africa, the diaspora (Europe and North America) and the African Union Commission who are tasked with the responsibility of deciding which artistes and or recordings make it to the 5th AFRIMA Nominees List that would be unveiled to the world on Tuesday, August 14. Lets all be hopful our favourite artists make the cut.

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