Kumawood actor cum politician, Clement Bonney known popularly as Mr. Beautiful has declared that he is more than the Kumawood Movie Industry. According to him, although he started from there, he would not be defined by them as he is now an international movie maker and actor. READ ALSO: My Boyfriend Used To Beat Me … Read more
Politics as a theory have not been fully understood by Africans especially Ghanaians in the sense that people are just hated, marginalised and discriminated due to their political affiliations even though freedom of association is enshrined in the constitution. In the wake and heat of the 2016 election campaigns in Ghana, some celebrities publicly declared their support for some political parties. One of such celebrities is popular Kumawood actor Clement Bonney well known as Mr Beautiful. He openly declared and campaigned for John Mahama of the National Democratic Congress, NDC.
The battle for supremacy between the two sides of the Ghanaian movie industry-Kumawood and Ghollywood lives on, with a statement by Kumawood actor-Mr Beautiful (real name Clement Bonney) indicating that Kumawood is winning the fight.
On Peace Fm’s Entertainment Review yesterday, Mr. Beautiful stated among other things that, the Kumawood actors are far popular than the Ghollywood actors. Therefore, the Ministry of Sports having picked John Dumelo and Jackie Appiah as ambassadors for the 2014 World Cup without any Kumawood actor having been considered was a big WRONG move.
Mr. Beautiful mentioned that, he does not see any reason why actors like Lil Win, Kwaku Manu, Kyeiwaa and others were not picked or considered, rather two English speaking actors-John Dumelo and Jackie Appiah were chosen.
Actor/Comedian-Mr. Beautiful, real name-Clement Bonney has come out to say, he has not regretted campaigning for President Mahama—and that he will not apologize for playing a key role for the NDC during the 2012 elections.
We don’t think Mr.Beautiful has to apologies for his political affiliation or decisions but to say he has not regretted campaigning for President Mahama, considering the current state of the economy sounds like he doesn’t really care…
With every Ghanaian crying out loud, those who were instrumental in the election of President Mahama and his government must begin to show concern and take the bull by the horn—-even accept they made a mistake if the need be.
According to Razz;
Ghanaian actor, Clement Bonney aka Mr. Beautiful, is still seething with anger over the obvious snub from local movie directors, who have refused to use him in any of their movies due to his political affiliation.
In December 2013, Mr. Beautiful accused Kumasi-based movie producers for sideliningg him for openly displaying his political colours and rallying behind the then National Democratic Congress’ Presidential candidate (NDC), John Mahama during the 2012 Presidential elections.