Oops! Ghanaian Nominees ‘Celebrities’ Denied Visas For Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) 2011!50 Comments

Chris-Vincent A. Febiri
Posted on 08 Sep 2011 at 6:15pm

Roselyn Ngissah, Eddie Nartey, Double D and Adam Umar showing off their nomination letters

Information reaching GhanaCelebrities.Com has it that, the various Ghanaian nominees and celebrities who were happily showing their nomination and invitation letters for the upcoming Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) 2011 to be held in USA have been denied VISAS by the USA Embassy…

It is sad but a bit FUNNY that, at a time  when ‘Who is a celebrity in Ghana‘ is under discussion, a bunch of our so called Celebrities could not even secure VISAS with their celebrity status…

I am told a large number of Ghanaian movie stars  (names withheld) have been BOUNCED US Visas…Do you remember Reggie Rockstones popular tune? Guess the names of these celebrities?

So many awards everywhere, oh aba! Award this, award that!

Eddie Nartey, Ruffy Samuel and Roselyn Ngissah

Eddie Nartey, Ruffy Samuel and Roselyn Ngissah

To find out those who have gotten their passports stamped with VISA DENY, check out the list of the nominees below… Do you want me to name them for you? LOL!

 BEST FILM

• Somewhere In Africa

• Holy Serpent

• Inale

• Chelsea [Ghana]

• A Private Storm

 

BEST COMEDY

• Why Marry [Ghana]

• Clint De Drunk Ighuemba

• My American Nurse 2

• Open Messenger

• Okoto The Mesenger

 

BEST TRADITIONAL FILMS

• Inale

• Hamza

• Land Of Shadow

• Home In Exile

• A Drop Of Blood

 

BEST DRAMA

• Holy Serpent

• Mr. & Mrs.

• Wamba

• Private Storm

• Inale

 

BEST ACTION FILM

• Jozi King

• Checkmate [Ghana]

• Temptation

• The Game [Ghana]

• Intimidation

 

BEST SCREEN PLAY

• Jozi King

• Inale

• Chelsea [Ghana]

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

• Checkmate [Ghana]

 

BEST VISUAL EFFECT

• Drop Of Blood

• Inale

• Chelsea [Ghana]

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

• Graveyard [Ghana]

 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

• Chelsea [Ghana]

• Checkmate [Ghana]

• Inale

• The Game [Ghana]

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

 

BEST EDITING

• Wamba

• Mind Game

• Private Storm

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

• Inale

 

BEST SOUND TRACK

• Okoto The Mesenger

• Caught In The Web

• Danso Ambian

• Yori Yori

• Paparazzi

 

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

• Holy Serpent

• Home In Exile

• Inale

Why Marry [Ghana]

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

 

BEST ACTOR IN LEADING ROLE

• Ekow Blankson (Checkmate) [Ghana]

• Ramsey Nouah (Private Storm)

• Benjamin Joseph (Mr. & Mrs.)

• Hakeem Kae – Kazim (Inale)

• Majid Michel (Somewhere In Africa) [Ghana]

 

BEST ACTRESS IN LEADING ROLE

• Nse Ikpe Etim (Mr. & Mrs.)

• Genevieve Nnaji (Sacred Lies)

• Omotola Jolade (Hamza)

• Caroline Chikezie (Inale)

• Angela I Okorie (Holy Serpent)

 

BEST ACTOR IN SUPPORTING ROLE

• Keppy Ekpenyong (Inale)

• John Dumelo (Chelsea) [Ghana]

• Jerry Amilo (Trinity) [Ghana]

• Frank Artus (Temptation) [Ghana]

• Eddie Nartey (Somewhere In Africa) [Ghana]

 

BEST ACTRESS IN SUPPORTING ROLE

• Ini Edo (Inale)

• Ufuoma Ejonobo (Private Storm)

• Susan Peters (Bursting Out)

• Roselyn Ngissah (Somewhere In Africa) [Ghana]

• Nadia Buari (Check Mate) [Ghana]

 

BEST DIRECTOR

• Moses Inwang (Chelsea) [Ghana]

• Ikechukwu Onyeka (Private Storm)

• Jeta Amata (Inale)

• Shirley Frimpong Manso (Checkmate) [Ghana]

• Frank Rajah Arase (Somewhere In Africa) [Ghana]

 

BEST MAKE UP

• Inale

• Land Of Shadow

• A Drop Of Blood

• Home In Exile

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

 

BEST COSTUME

• Somewhere In Africa [Ghana]

• A Drop Of Blood

• Inale

• Home In Exile

• Land Of Shadow

 

DIASPORA CATEGORIES

 

BEST FILM IN DIASPORA

• Ladies In The Night

• Mind Games

• Caught In The Web

• The American Dream

• Paparazzi

 

BEST DRAMA IN DIASPORA

• Ignorance

• Caught In The Web

• Ladies In The City

• Paparazzi

• Mind Game

 

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN DIASPORA

• Paparazzi

• Okoto The Mesenger

• Mind Game

• The Ladies In The City

• I Surrender All

 

BEST ACTOR IN LEADING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Pascal Atuma (My American Nurse)

• Van Vicker (Paparazzi)

• Ramsey Nouah (Far From Home)

• Jim Iyke (Double Shift)

• Bertini Huemegni (The American Dream)

 

BEST ACTRESS IN LEADING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Eva Banks (Caught In The Web)

• Syr Law (Paparazzi)

• Omotola Ekeinde (Mind Game)

• Gigi Koustan (Killing Me Softly)

• Sana Kanu (Too Much)

 

BEST ACTOR IN SUPPORTING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Best Davis (Lady In The City)

• Ramsey Nouah (Far From Me)

• Chet Aniekwe (Paparazzi)

• Tchidi Chikere (Paparazzi)

•Koby Maxwell (Paparazzi)

 

BEST ACTRESS IN SUPPORTING ROLE DIASPORA FILM

• Veeda Darko (Ladies In The City)

• Nicholas Graham (Ladies In The City)

• Syr Law (Paparazzi)

• Mary Ellis (Caught In The Web)

• Joy Orie (Okoto The Mesenger)

 

BEST DIRECTOR IN DIASPORA FILM

• Bayo Akinfemi (Paparazzi)

• Pascal Atuma (My American Nurse 2)

• Francis Chinedu Agholonu (Caught In The Web)

• Bertini Heumegni (The American Dream)

• John Ikem Uche (Mind Game)

 

PEOPLES CHOICE AWARDS

 

BEST ACTOR

• Best Davis

• Pascal Atuma

• Majid Michel [Ghana]

 

BEST ACTRESS

• Eva Banks

• Genevieve Nnaji

• Merlisa Determined

 

BEST DIRECTOR

• Stanley Chinedu Agholonu (Nollywood U.S.A)

• Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen (Nollywood)

• Tchidi Chikere (Nollywood)

 

BEST SCRIPT WRITER

• Emem Isong

• Tchidi Chikere

• Pascal Amanfo

 

HONORARY ACHIEVEMENT

 

MOST INLUENTIAL PEOPLE 2010

• Genevieve Nnaji (Nollywood Actress)

• Victor. O. Olatoye (President & Ceo Nollywood Film Critics U.S.A)

• Governor Donald Duke

• Peace Anyiam Osigwe (Founder/Organizer AMAA)

• Charles Oputa 9 (C.E.O Charly Boy Brand/Humanitarian)

 

MOST INLUENTIAL ORGANIZATION OF 2010

• ZAFAA Awards (African Film Academy Awards Europe)

• Executive Image Movies

• African Movie Producers & Marketers (U.S.A)

• Nollywood Film Critics U.S.A (African Movie Reviews & NAFCA Awards U.S.A)

• Silver Bird Entertainment Cinemas &Movie Theaters)

• AMAA (African Movie Academy Awards Nigeria)

 

LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMET AWARDS

• Ms Oprah Winfrey (Founder – Harpo/Own Network & Humanitarian)

• President Nelson Mandela (Former President of South Africa & Humanitarian)

• President Jonathan Goodluck (President of the Federal Republic Nigeria)

• President Bill Clinton (Former President of U.S.A & Humanitarian)

• President Barack Obama (President of the United States Of America)

 

 


Chris-Vincent A. Febiri

Chris-Vincent is a Freelance Blogger/Writer, Founder and Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com. He is a “witty” writer who wrote several award winning articles/debates during his Secondary School days at Adisadel College. To develop his writing skills, studied Communication as a major with Sociology and Law at Newham College Of Further Education, London. Currently, he holds a degree in Law (LLB), Diploma in Para Legal and, he is a postgraduate Law student majoring in International Human Rights... He is the author of the popular eBook 'Success Is A Right, Not A Privilege'. He also blogs at www.TopVincent.Com. BBM pin: 7C7331B2. Remember "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence".... Click Here To Hire Me



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  • 411

    Smdh this is sad but funny at the same time hopes of coming to america for some of them is crashed
    Ghana Celebrities who? The american embassy dont give FCUK.

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    miss dior Reply:

    @411, haha, this is hilarious but seriously why do they give some of these celebs visa n deny others, jackie, nadia n lydia come to the US all the time, so what is the wahala, america embassy?.

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    411 Reply:

    @miss dior, I am an american citizen and they deny ppl for many reasons: the credibility of your invitation letter. Your account statement and the person who you is hosting you bank statement at least 10,000 dollars in their account which show that they can take care of you if something was to happen while you visit in america. Proof that you have a job. etc and luck. Some of these so called Ghana celebs dont have any money in their account. They be fronting like they got it but they dont got shit but a couple of bullshit movies to their name. They trully got the word Celebrity twisted. Hollywood wanna be and dont even know how to act like a celebrity. they are so confused that anyone they american they see on T.V. doing a movie is hollywood. hollywood actors are in league of their own Denzel,Halle, etc are hollywood A-list if live in USA you would know likes of Anthony Handerson,Nia Long etc are not hollywood they are just black star power also known as C-Dlist. Ghanaian movie actors and actresses need training to act like celebrities they dont even know how to speak english properly, they are fat, faces full of pimples and fcuked up teeth etc but they want to be in hollywood. I blame ghanaian abroad for this mess because some of them make them think they are somebody but they aint shit.

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    miss dior Reply:

    @411, hahaha, co-sign

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    Fii Reply:

    @411, so what are you? a stamp boy/girl at the embassy? with all your useless notes on visa application? what is all this stupid fuss about being refused a visa? you are a US citizen and so what? does it make you any more of a human being? or does the refusal make them any less of celebrities? this is the most vain uneducated comment I’ve ever read on this site. maybe you should have taken mummy’s advice and gone to school. The fact that someone is fat does not mean that they cant be celebrities, silly! Do all celebrities speak English? Your comments are stereotypical of a mis-educated, misinformed, vainglory-seeking Ghanaian with serious identity crisis issues whose ceiling of complexity in life is the achievement of a US citizenship. may you find redemption!!!!

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    Miyagi Reply:

    @Fii,Eeeish you really made my day with your words “Your comments are stereotypical of a mis-educated, misinformed, vainglory-seeking Ghanaian with serious identity crisis issues whose ceiling of complexity in life is the achievement of a US citizenship. may you find redemption!!!!” hahahahhahaha can’t get enough of it lmao 

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    lily Reply:

    @Miyagi, hahahahahaaha…only u

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    miss dior Reply:

    @Fii, Calm down, theres nothing he said that wasnt the truth. You cant be a certain weight in hollywood n expect gigs, be on magazine covers have certain designers throw their designs in ur face.latifah. jhud. monique they have all lost weight, also all these actors from other countries like mexico, france, spain n so on they learn the lang before u can even get an audition, as far as the bases he gave on granting visas, those are the requirements they usually ask for, everybody that has applied for visa or send an invitation to someone will tell u this is what they usually require from u, being an american citizen might not be an achievement, but who wouldnt boast of being one with all the benefits that come with it esp when u live in the states, i dont care who u r, u live in the US, u strive to get one, so theres nothing misinformed, miseducated about anything he said, thats the truth.

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    Fii Reply:

    @miss dior, apologies for my harsh tone, and I’ll calm down now. Let’s stick to the issues here. An actor gets denied a US visa, and you go on and on about how they cant speak English “properly” and how they have pimples on their faces and how some Ghanaian actors are fat etc. And to show us that your are a more “enlightened” person, you tell us that you have a US citizenship and you know what it takes to get a visa! Well, I may not be too wrong if I blamed the excessive influence of Television (US dominated tv) in your life…People who facilitate multi-national and multi-stakeholder processes will be quick to tell you that the lowest form of opinion (wisdom) anyone can have during such processes is when one thinks that his race, nationality or creed is superior to others’. If you would bother to check, you will realise that numerous US celebrities (and politicians) have been refused visas or have been banned from entering many countries for various reasons. Then again, if you would bother to step aside from your US dominated television, you will realise that there is a whole world outside of the US. This world includes SE Asia, Europe, the Far east, Africa, etc. You would be mildly amused to know that the American movie industry altogether (not just Hollywood) is smaller than Bollywood (Mumbai movie industry alone) both in terms of productions and outreach. You may be interested to know that some of the highest paid actors do not speak English and certainly not your so-called “proper english” (whatever that is).

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    lily Reply:

    @Fii, lmao…co-sign

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    Adwoa Reply:

    @411, Hmmmmmmmm LMAO…………….

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    dee Reply:

    @miss dior, jackie is canadian born so her passport is just as good as the states. nadia and lydia lived in the states a little bit plus they travel all the time that’s why they are able to visit the states. who knows, they probably have residency status. the so called celebs that were rejected probably haven’t been out of africa or even ghana before so that could be a factor.

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  • dee

    hahahahaha….dis is funny. celebrities indeed

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  • 27calibre

    ahaaa ,so they have been bounce nicely !

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    ghallday Reply:

    @27calibre,lol. Say that again. But the thing is why can’t they tell us who was denied visas.. after all they are already public figures. 

    One shocking this the US State Department did that amazed me was them denying the little boys of Uganda visas and they could not come to participate in the just ended Little League World Series. In the name of humanity cant  little 13 and 12 yr old boys come here to play the  game they have so much worked hard for. ns3m pii…

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  • Abena

    Why would anyone hold something that is african oriented not in Africa rather in the U.S?

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    Miyagi Reply:

    @Abena,Good question 

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    PRAR Reply:

    @Abena, Good question. “Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards”, wots it got to do with U.S.?

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    Akosua Reply:

    @Abena, good question! I’m beginning to think that it’s all the work of connection-man. What do
    you think?
    And why are there too many awards any way? What is it all for?

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    Abena Reply:

    @Akosua, i do not want to question the credibility of this organization but it just might be the work of a connection-man trying to make some quick money. And about the awards, they just may be to make everyone happy. but then again this is just me being hypothetical. 

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    Akata Reply:

    @Abena, That is a good question…. I love that

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    ghallday Reply:

    @Abena,Exactly.. it’s like bringing the Oscars to Zimbabwe. I wonder who’s idea this was. Ghana could host this, Nigeria, South Africa in Gabon or Botswana. 

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  • ThickMama

    hmm yep usa dnt give a fcuk.. indeed
    but they r jst too many at least a few…

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  • jessy

    Perhaps it would have been better to say Hollywood and African film critics,then maybe the Americans would have reconsidered,this has nothing to do with going to America.Nollywood is in niger and Africa is in Africa so do your awards here.

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  • akosuaghana

    Awuradei, when was the last time a real celebrity like Beyonce or even Gaga got denied a visa to anywhere in the world? Celebrities my back side!

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    dagodfather Reply:

    do you want beyonce and lady gaga to switch nationalities to that you can sit with a grin that they’ve never been denied a visa? celebrate your own, and yes lil wayne, snoop dogg, chris brown and a whole lot of your celebs have been denied entry in one country or the other.

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    Unknown Reply:

    @akosuaghana,China denies US celebrities Visa’s all the time……..

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    Miyagi Reply:

    @Unknown,Don’t mind her even bill gates got denied as well back in 2006 when he wanted to go to Nigeria 

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  • Akosua

    I feel very sorry for them, as seeing in the pic they were happy and looking very much forward to go to USA.

    But now here is my question many times you hear about all this Nollywood Gallywood awards held in the USA or London. What’s all that about? When I first heard about this award to take place in the USA I didn’t understand it.
    And my understanding of all this is that, the embassy have seen this before with all the African awards taken place there and don’t see reason why the awards can’t take place in africa!!!!

    Give me a break… it’s time these celebs wanna bees acts and talk like the Africans that they are and maybe the WORLD might except them as celebs.

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  • Akosua

    @ Chris, you should list the names?!?!
    Ghana seriously need celeb coaching. This is very embarrassing!!!!

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  • Joyce

    But Nia and Anthony Anderson will not be denied visas to any country so b or c list or not, the world knows them. Just by the way you call yourself I am an American citizen shows you are not 411. 

    I read somewhere that the award is being organized by a strip club owner so ibviously, American embassy will not be granting them any visas. 

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    411 Reply:

    @Joyce, just like i stated before go back and read my comments. i didnt say Nia or Anthony will be deined visas i just the mention their class of actors they are. And its a fact ghanaian think certian celebrities are all hollywood but we have our A-list and ghana was making a big deal about them and they are not big stars here not on an A-List

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  • 411

    Go back and read my statement again then make a comment. The truth hurts doesnt it. All i stated was facts i dont need to work at the embassy to know this information go on the visa website u will read the same info unless you dont know how to read. If you were answering an open ended question u would have failed. I never said they cant be a celebrity because they are fat. I said that they are not hollywood material i am sure you have never seen a hollywood actor with jacked up teeth or the females with breakouts on the screen and very over weight with big roles. I am just saying they need work on their image as actors and actresses and yes they need speech classes because they dont deliever the english language well. Thanx for telling me to go to school i will send you an invitation for my masters graduation may 2012.

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    dagodfather Reply:

    What do we expect from Ghanaian celebrities? a private jet to whisk one from Tamale through Kumasi to Accra. it wont happen, our industry does not have the finances or sponsorship to pay up…..so next time we see a celeb with jacked up teeth, remember it cost about 5000 dollars to get  your teeth done and look the part. When a movie like avatar cost 200million dollars and grosses 1.5 billion dollars in hollywood, the kitty is great to share, but if it costs 10000 dollars and grosses 100000 dollars on Ghallywood, what do you expect. Pay packets and rewards will be vast between the two so comparing the two is way off the mark at a time people are renting castles for 10000 dollars a nite you want to perch at your mates at brixton. Lets not make a fuss about celebs and visa refusals, every application is based and merit and if it dont stack up you dont get it simple…..even so called A-listers have been refused entry in many countries

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    Jeff Reply:

    @dagodfather, well said.lol

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    frempomah Reply:

    @411, how come you want an African celebs to be an American celebs. do you expect Hollywood to be Ghallywood? if your answer is No then u don’t have to started that they are not Hollywood material . we are Africans and we can not be Hollywood. Africans will try, but we can never reach to Hollywood standard

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  • madam social

    nenso eben! too many award shows.

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    lily Reply:

    @madam social, lmao…that’s funny

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    madam social Reply:

    @lily,lol

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  • aida

    the fact that they did not secure  their visas does not make them worth less.these awards are signs of their hard work.,irrespective of where it is hosted.,it does not have to be only in africa that it can be hosted. other than this they need the contacts  and chances to be able to meet other actors  ,producers and directors ,to learn from each other.they need that exposure.how ca they meet up with the rest of the world ,if they do not attend gatherings like this.

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    Abena Reply:

    @aida, sure meeting up with the rest of the world is dandy but don’t you think we should be building a more solid relationship with other african producers and directors around us before we proceed on to seek outside instruction? If the actors and actresses do not have a great and diverse background in acting right here in Africa, what good will the exposure do? And do you know if the “other actors, producers and directors” you are talking about are even going to be there?

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  • osei

    Why would ppl called these
    Celebrities??? You call these extended home video performers celebrities? We can live in a fools paradise and assume these guys are equated to the status of celebrities those issuing the visas know they are SHIT celebrities.

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  • GHANAMAN

    I don’t blamed the USA embassy for refusing them visas, this programs has been turned into visa racketeering by our people from government officials, businessmen and the so called celebrities to the organizers of such programs. The consulates are now under strict scrutiny by Congress, FBI and DHS for the way they issue visas and who get a visa. Just this year we read and heard about how some of our so called celebrities were complaining in Europe of neglect by these organizers. Some of them said they have to borrow money for their up keep. Is this what we call celebrity? Even by looking at the list of nominees, I see nothing but a joke. The organizers think by attaching the name of the US president the embassy will be compelled to issue the visas. That is a big joke indeed.

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    Miyagi Reply:

    @GHANAMAN,Real talk 

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  • miyagi

    @Miyagi, hahahahahaaha…only u

    @Lilly allow me hahahhahaa just couldn’t get enough of it hahahah

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  • miss dior

    @miss dior, apologies for my harsh tone, and I’ll calm down now. Let’s stick to the issues here. An actor gets denied a US visa, and you go on and on about how they cant speak English “properly” and how they have pimples on their faces and how some Ghanaian actors are fat etc. And to show us that your are a more “enlightened” person, you tell us that you have a US citizenship and you know what it takes to get a visa! Well, I may not be too wrong if I blamed the excessive influence of Television (US dominated tv) in your life…People who facilitate multi-national and multi-stakeholder processes will be quick to tell you that the lowest form of opinion (wisdom) anyone can have during such processes is when one thinks that his race, nationality or creed is superior to others’. If you would bother to check, you will realise that numerous US celebrities (and politicians) have been refused visas or have been banned from entering many countries for various reasons. Then again, if you would bother to step aside from your US dominated television, you will realise that there is a whole world outside of the US. This world includes SE Asia, Europe, the Far east, Africa, etc. You would be mildly amused to know that the American movie industry altogether (not just Hollywood) is smaller than Bollywood (Mumbai movie industry alone) both in terms of productions and outreach. You may be interested to know that some of the highest paid actors do not speak English and certainly not your so-called “proper english” (whatever that is).

    But

    @miss dior, apologies for my harsh tone, and I’ll calm down now. Let’s stick to the issues here. An actor gets denied a US visa, and you go on and on about how they cant speak English “properly” and how they have pimples on their faces and how some Ghanaian actors are fat etc. And to show us that your are a more “enlightened” person, you tell us that you have a US citizenship and you know what it takes to get a visa! Well, I may not be too wrong if I blamed the excessive influence of Television (US dominated tv) in your life…People who facilitate multi-national and multi-stakeholder processes will be quick to tell you that the lowest form of opinion (wisdom) anyone can have during such processes is when one thinks that his race, nationality or creed is superior to others’. If you would bother to check, you will realise that numerous US celebrities (and politicians) have been refused visas or have been banned from entering many countries for various reasons. Then again, if you would bother to step aside from your US dominated television, you will realise that there is a whole world outside of the US. This world includes SE Asia, Europe, the Far east, Africa, etc. You would be mildly amused to know that the American movie industry altogether (not just Hollywood) is smaller than Bollywood (Mumbai movie industry alone) both in terms of productions and outreach. You may be interested to know that some of the highest paid actors do not speak English and certainly not your so-called “proper english” (whatever that is).

    Now can u name some of the highest paid movie stasr who cannot speak english? As far as am concerned jack nickolson, harrison ford, cameron diaz, will smith, tom cruise,etc who make about $20mil per movie, they all speak english, Which movie industry generates lots of money, hollywood or bollywood? Why is then every person in the movie industry wants to breakthrough to hollywood, i believe if these so caledl ghanaian stars had the oppportunity to star in a hollywood movie they wouldnt turn it down, as far as some stars being turned down for visas, its either their behavior eg snoop dog, or if am not mistaken rihanna was denied entry into one of these asia countries becos of either her lyrics or the way she dressed. And i dont understand why u r so worked up becos he said hes an american citizen, whats wrong with that, him saying hes a citizen doesnt mean he ‘Enlightened’, just tells me hes proud to be one. the moral of the story is ghana movie industry n their stars have a long way to go, making movies with titles like beyonce, rihanna n gaga is not going to help.

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    ghallday Reply:

    @miss dior, Some actors don’t have english as their (native) language and they make quite decent sums of money  Penelope Cruz, Selma Hayek , Famke Jenssen, Jean Claude Van Damme, Peter Stomare. List goes on some a multi millionaires some are not. But surely there are non-native english speaking actor/actresses who have made names for themselves. That’s undeniable. 

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    miss dior Reply:

    @ghallday, All these actors that u mention, none of them speak their native lang in hollywood movies, maybe in their country, Salma hayek who is mexican, said in interviews when she came to hollywood she had to learn english fast, becos they wouldnt let her audition for roles, even though she was a big time actress in mexico. So yes, most of these movie stars english isnt their first lang, but to get work u have to learn n speak. benecio del toro n co, they r not americans but speak english, they earn decent money but they dont belong to the 20mil group yet.

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    ghallday Reply:

    @miss dior,Charlize Theron as well.. English is not her (native) language but of course she can speak it. 

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  • B.B

    aaaaaaaaaaaah!!!! 
    this is embarrassing / sad but funny….. i dont blame the US embassy, its not compulsory to give visa to all applicants.
    and like many of you asked, why in US instead of Africa??????  

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