Pay Them – Lydia Forson Mentions How Entertainers Can Be Saved From The Constant Subject Of Debate When They Are Old Or Sick

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has mentioned how entertainers in the country can be saved from the constant subject of debate when they are old or sick.

Oftentimes, we have heard about entertainers begging for help in times of sickness.

When it happens like that, some people think they didn’t make any investment plan during their reigning days.

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Others argue that they ain’t paid well.

In this vein, Lydia Forson in a post sighted by detailed how these entertainers can be saved from such debates.

Read her lengthy post below.

Here’s how to help entertainers so they’re not constantly the subject of debate whenever they’re old or sick; PAY THEM Description: ‼️Description: ‼️Description: ‼️

Yes we need better structures.

Yes we need to understand investments and the business of entertainment.

Yes we’re sometimes culpable in our struggles.

And while we debate and try to find better solutions to sustain the industry and make it lucrative for its players; you should also do your part.

You people constantly want to watch movies for free on YouTube, when there’s subscriptions based platforms but you don’t find us worthy.

You want to download content for free at the expense of filmmakers.

Television stations want to show your movies for free or when they do agree to pay, want to pay barely nothing.

Brands want to capitalize on our popularity without pay.

And YOU yes YOU, constantly want us to show up at your events, promote your services and make YOU money at our expense; as if we don’t pay for cloths, make up etc.

You want entertainers to live up to a standard you’ve set and never want to pay them for their services; but be the first to come and write “who wore it best.”

See I’m not a charity ooo, the others may be satisfied with the fame and your validation but as for me you will PAY roughDescription: ‼️

I’m a brand and like any other I have expenses, so if you don’t respect and treat me as such don’t call me.

The audacity of holding discussions about this when you’re part of the problem.

Only last week a very big brand expected me to dress up, show up to their event and post their brand for free; a multinational brand at that.

Like it’s kaliko I’m supposed to wear; when my agent asked about payment they hadn’t factored it in, like how??

I said NO.

Meanwhile I’ll be called rude for demanding this level of professionalism, rude for demanding payment, rude for doing what’s right!!

And let’s not start with politicians, y’all love a good charity case to make you feel better about yourself, but will not invest in the industry or help structure it.

It’s called SHOW- BIZ Description: ‼️

What do you think the BIZ is for?

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