Ghanaian actress Emelia Brobbey has debunked reports that actors/actresses are taking over the job of TV/Radio presenters in Ghana.
With the Ghanaian movie industry taking a nosedive, a number of Ghanaian actors and actresses have found ways to reinvent themselves, stay relevant and top of it, make some good money.
Notable among them are Nana Ama McBrown, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin, Akrobeto, Emelia Brobbey, Kwaku Manu and a number of others who have either taken to hosting television talk shows, creating lifestyle content for TV/YouTube or recording and performing music.
This, however, does not sit well with a number of people who believe the actors and actresses are running some people out of their jobs and should rather focus on keeping the movie industry alive.
Ghanaian actress Emelia Brobbey however disagrees and shares a different opinion.
Speaking in an exclusive interview NY DJ on RYSENSHYNE, actress Emelia Brobbey although admits the current state of the movie industry has had a role to play in this new trend, her colleagues were not kicking musicians and TV presenters out of their jobs.
Emelia Brobbey who recently released a new single Fa Me Ko explained saying,
“We are still doing what we used to do. We are still teaching, we are still empowering, and encouraging people because throughout shows and music since it’s the same platform. We are still in the same creative space. It’s just one big creative space and I don’t see anything different”, she said.
Well noted for her movies, Emelia Brobbey currently hosts a number of TV shows and has recently ventured into music with her new single Fame Ko.