Yesterday, ace actor Kofi Adjorlolo went berserk on some film producers who owe him money. In an interview. He said “some of the producers in Ghana here, they should respect themselves. An old man like me they call me and come and work and then they can’t pay me. About seven producers in this country they owe me monies,” and his comment has sparked a discussion on the subject.

Whilst many actors agree with the veteran, other industry practitioners believe he should have listed the producers that owe him than to dent the image of all producers. The likes of Elikem Kumordzie rather advised that actors should go and look for day jobs and stop complaining about producers.

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Actress Yvonne Nelson who also doubles as a producer has backed Kofi Adjorlolo’s comment and has warned people not to speak against him. She warned that if anyone dares, she will open a 2010 book to call out some of these producers. She shared her sentiments about the issue on Twitter.

See her tweets below.