Renowned playwright and CEO of Roverman Production, James Ebo Whyte, has called for unity in the showbiz industry.
Been asked questions about the brouhaha surrounding Stonebwoy’s BET awards in an interview with SammyKaymedia.com, Uncle Ebo Whyte said “we industry players must support each other when an artist is nominated to represent the country so as to elevate the flag of Ghana high rather than backbiting each other.
Multiple hit factory Shatta Wale reacted to the newly released BET Awards nominations.
Ghana’s Stonebwoy is in the pick along with Wizkid, Tekno, Davido (Nigeria), as well as AKA, Nasty C and Babes Wodumo (South Africa).
This makes it the second time Stonebwoy is being nominated for the “Best African Act: International” category. He got nominated for the same category in 2015 and he won it. Many have reacted to the schemes sidelining Shatta Wale and he has also chimed in. He took to his Twitter to write to his 285,000 followers;
“My B.E.C.E certificate sef ano know where edeh..Then we deh come worry about BET…#Money deh call me for my brain….”
Uncle Ebo Whyte said industry players need to celebrate and support each other for success.
The renowned playwright successfully directed and produced plays he’s written, among which are the much acclaimed and received “Unhappy Wives Confused Husbands”; “Terms of Divorce” ,”Caught in the Act” and Blackmail.
He produces these plays on quarterly bases, hence “Damage Goods” is his latest play to be premiered on 24 and 25 of June at the National theatre.
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