Popular comic actor, Richmond Xavier Amoakoh has expressed great disappointment in the Ghana movie industry for not making enough headlines and as a result, making the industry the most boring in Africa.
The comic actor believes in order to take away this ‘bad’ tag, more scandals and controversies must be created. In a Facebook post of the actor sighted by Zionfelix.net, he wrote: “…lets beef, let’s drop more sextapes, let’s marry and divorce the ladies, let’s do some drugs, say some controversial things… let’s spice up the industry already…”
The actor, who is very popular for his role as Lawyer Nti in the Leizer Legacy production, “Kejetia vrs Makola” has expressed his misunderstanding on why movie stars are only heard about when it is time for the premiere of a movie.
Lawyer Nti Katakyie Bombay Isaiah, a name he has become popular for because of “Kejetia vrs Makola”, stated that the money ‘big’ stars and ‘newbies’ are making from movies now in Ghana is nothing to write home about as compared to the ones other movie stars make in sister countries.
The comic actor, Richmond Xavier Amoakoh also expressed his shock as to why Ghanaian movie stars are all protecting their brand and suggests that in order to revive the Ghana movie industry and make it one of the least boring in Africa, a lot more scandals and controversies he has suggested should be created to make it great again.
Lawyer Nti’s post zionfelix.net chanced on Facebook read “Upon lie biaa, Ghana Movie Industry is one of the most boring industries in the Africa. We barely make any headlines, the few times we make headlines too are just too ordinary. What’s left of the industry is just hanging on the few movies that get made. Inadvertently, if it’s not about some movie premiere, you hardly hear of our movie stars. We have to rise up and let there be more to the industry than just some few movie premieres. There are zero scandals and controversies in the industry. What our A list actors take per movie is really nothing to write home about compared to sister industries. Na the newbies koraa de3, the least said the better. Everybody is protecting their brand… na if the industry is really dying, what will become of the brand? Let’s rise up and do more, fam. Let’s beef, let’s drop sextapes, let’s marry and divorce the ladies, let’s do some drugs, say some controversial things… let’s spice the industry up already…