It just three days into 2019 and we have already got a movie industry beef. In a new development, popular movie producer, actor and director, Kobi Rana has taken swipe at the founder of the Ghana Movie Awards Fred Nuamah in what seems to be neglect for his works.
In an Instagram, he shared the trailer of one of his latest movies titled ‘My Name is Ramadan’ which features dancehall artist Stonebwoy and the caption that came with it is what seems to throw a direct shot at the organisers of the Ghana Movie Awards for thwarting his efforts
“This year, this is one of Africa’s best movie and acting performances. The movie title: My Name Is Ramadan. I was told Fred Nuamah and his friends are having their awards. Ask him why this movie and Chaskele were submitted but never reached the jury. The hate that made him nominate me 15 times and give me nothing is the same hate that made him throw our submissions away. I have one message for Fred and his friends. I AM GIFTED AND LIFTED. YOU CAN’T TOUCH THAT,” he wrote.
Kobi Rana also tagged some actors and actress in the industry whom he claimed were very much aware of this diabolic acts. This list includes Kafui Danku, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Prince David Osei, Jackie Appiah and Kalsoume, who according to him know about everything.
“You all know about this hate from my first movie “kiss me if you can” to “happy deathday” “Hotel Babylon” “Sala”,” he stated.
In another post, he queried why his movie Chaskele was not part of their award scheme stating that his name sends shivers down their spines.
“CHASKELE movie 2018. Ask your movie awards organiser why this movie is not part of their awards. My name alone boils their blood. Talent over hate! Gifted and lifted!”