The Ghanaian actress, speaking to assertions that 'sugar daddies' could be sponsoring her lifestyle, trashed such thoughts during an interview on Kastle FM's 'Amansan Krakye' show and disclosed how she makes money from hard work.
Answering the host of the show, she said “Amansan Krakye sometimes it’s not always what other people say that you need to respond to. That’s why I said on your show that I started doing movies and when I got money I invested in a pure water business for the past two years".
The Kumawood actress who also stands tall among her colleagues in the industry went on to add that "everyone who’s into the pure water business knows that at least if you manage it well, you’d make some profit out of it".
Talking about other means she makes money, she detailed that "apart from that I also do television talk shows which have a lot of sponsors on it and that also helps me to make some money".
Emphasizing on her multiple streams of income, she continued that “more so, the music I’m doing is uploaded on YouTube and I do get money from the views. Also when I’m invited to appear for performance on a show I’m paid for that as well. So everyone that follows my line of businesses knows that I’m involved with a lot of work which helps me to get money".
According to Emelia Brobber, it baffles her that people assert that rich married men have hands in how she is making money.
“So I don’t get worried when people make passing comments that I make money from married men or sugar daddies. Those who follow my social media handles know that I do advertise for a baby diaper company and all these help me to make a lot of money that I use to cater for my needs," mynewsgh quoted her to have said in the show.
Emelia Brobbey who now have about three songs under music career, also mentioned that apart from being an actress, she also does adverts for several companies so there is no need explaining to people her source of wealth.
“I have about four or five companies that I do adverts for which also brings in some money. So I don’t need to explain to people where I do make my money from because they know so I think the picture is clear," she concluded.