Radio presenter Andy Dosty has described the call on actor Kofi Adjorlolo to apologize to film producers for claiming they owe him or risk being banned as shameful.
Andy Dosty speaking on his Daybreak Hitz show on Thursday, expressed disgust over the posture of Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) as he indicated that it is misplaced for anyone to fault Mr. Adjorlolo for demanding what is due him.
“You’ve not paid me, pay me my money too, you want to ban me. For what? Such a shame!” he fumed. “You couldn’t call your people to order, they should let us think. There are actors who are suffering just as Kofi Adjorlolo said. There are actors who don’t have money to eat. What are the producers doing about it?”
FIPAG is asking Adjorlolo to render an unqualified apology to the association for denting the image of its members in his recent interview.
The veteran in an interview with Joy Prime lost his cool over unpaid jobs he had done for some Ghanaian movie producers, describing their posture as unfair.
According to him, he quit his broadcasting career after 17 years to venture into acting, only for movie producers to engage him without fulfilling their parts of the deal.
While stating that many Ghanaian movie producers do not pay actors for their roles in movies, the veteran intimated that a number of actors are still in the business because of the passion they have for it.