Tracy Boakye is a beggar, she didn’t buy her house with ‘Baby Mama’ money – Sean Paul

Popular actress and movie producer received massive applause after she recently acquired a brand new home in Accra from money she was said to have made from her much-publicized and seemingly successful ‘Baby Mama’ movie.

Reacting to her new acquisition, Kumawood actor, Sean Paul in an exclusive interview with has rubbished her claims that she bought the house with money earned from filmmaking, saying that she is nothing but a beggar and that she never truly acquired the house with monies she made from the premiere of her ‘Baby Mama’ movie.

In the interview, he said the movie industry was not lucrative and that movie producers and directors were struggling to survive. Ghpage Tv’s presenter then quizzed him, sighting Tracey Boakye as an example of producers who seem to be successful she asked;

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“You said the movie industry isn’t lucrative but Tracey Boakye has used money from making movies to buy a buy how is that possible?”

In response he said;

It’s not true. Tracey probably got some money somewhere but it’s not from the premiering of her movie… it’s not true that the funds from the movie was what she used to buy the house”

He added;

” It’s probably Mahama that gave her money or Obofour… She is a beggar under the disguise of  a movie producer.“

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Remphasising his point he said;

It’s never true that she got the money from making movies “


These are the wild allegations Sean Paul made regarding Tracey Boakye’s newly acquired edifice. Do you think they are true?

The comic actor deeply opines that the Ghanaian movie industry needs an intense revamp as it is in shambles and no longer profitable.

He attributes this decline in the industry to lack of creative ideas from producers/directors and unprofessionalism amongst other.

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Freddie, is a graduate of the University of Ghana. He is a film enthusiast, screenwriter and human rights activist.