The lovely actress and model, Princess Shyngle, who is very popular for her ‘tapoli’ shaped waist has over the past weeks enjoyed a lot of media buzz in Ghana for one controversy or the other.
The actress has sparked another controversy in an interview she granted Deloris Frimpong Manso on her ‘The Delay Show‘ which is set to air on Gh One TV on Sunday evening.
The typical Ghanaian celebrity is one who basically loves to flaunt his or her wealth at the slightest opportunity gained.
Controversial TV and radio show host, Delay, who is popularly known for her biting questioning skills has however stated that she is not enthused about displaying her wealth on social media.
The host of ‘Delay Show’, Deloris Frimpong Manso has disclosed that she becomes too uncomfortable any time she attends church service.
Delay sharing her experience whenever she attends church service stated that the manner in which her colleague church members stare at her during church service makes her feel like she is the devil reincarnate.
Beautiful Ghanaian actress Priscila Opoku-Agyemang has carved a niche for her self in the movie industry as someone to watch out for, but her latest lead role in Delay’s Cocoa Brown Tv Series has attracted some criticisms.
Some hold the view that she is the replicate of Delay in the movie hence her character/role must match Delay’s extremely confident, eloquent and blunt demeanor which she lacks in the episodes aired so far.
On the back of the initial success of her first TV series-Afia Schwarzenegger which somewhat lost its momentum and audience to the exit of its lead character, Deloris Frimpong-Manso recently aired her latest production, Cocoa Brown directed by Kofi Asamoah—-after months of social media promotion and a failed machiavellian attempt to generate media buzz with an in-house orchestrated controversy as to who actually owns the name-Cocoa Brown.
The first episode of “Cocoa Brown” is currently on Youtube with comments disabled, perhaps, an attempt to prevent those who would watch it from discouraging others with their disparaging remarks about the overt execrable acting and unpardonable production flaws of the episode.
When the first episode of a TV series, which ought to serve as the strongest bait is clouded in glaring production flaws agglutinated with egregious acting, you would find yourself summing up how disastrous and odious the rest of the journey would be.