Ghanaian actress Beverly Afaglo has taken a firm stand on urgent matters that have affected A-list actors’ livelihoods.
Indeed, we are not in normal times, but it is also true that when the going gets tough, the tough get going.
It would seem that Ghanaian actors have been segmented into social classes, where some talents barely survive compared to others.
Quite recently, Jackie Appiah was celebrated for revealing her mega-mansion that literally swept Ghanaians off their feet.
Many dared to question how she made her money because they were certain that acting wasn’t the source of the glitz and glamour.
Anywho, there’s also the reality of some established and budding actors paying the wages of the steady collapse of the industry.
According to Qwasi Blay, Ghanaian filmmakers must stand up and fight for their own.
Actors have hit their lowest point, and would accept any offer of anything less than 10,000 Cedis for a movie.
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This is the appalling dip in the growth of the movie industry, as frustrated talents have begun to speak up.
Reacting to Quasi’s revealing statements, Beverly Afaglo shares the following thoughts.