I’m not singing because I failed at acting - Emelia Brobbey

Ghanaian actress turned singer, Emelia Brobbey, admits that the movie industry is not doing too well

I’m not singing because I failed at acting - Emelia Brobbey
Emelia Brobbey

Emelia Brobbey has maintained that she has not branched into music because her career as an actress has collapsed.

She said this as a form of defence from critics used to saying she begun a career in music because she could not earn a living from her acting.

According to her, it's not her acting prowess that has made her earnings low, but the fact that the movie industry itself is not doing too well at the moment.

“It’s not true that I’m into music because my movie career is on the rocks. I’m still acting just that the movie industry is a bit down now.”

She revealed this while speaking in an interview on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM with Amansan Krakye.


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Emelia pointed out to her critics that her movie career could not have stalled because she has just recently completed a movie at Twifo Praso recently.

“No one has stopped acting I’m still doing movies. As I speak with you we recently shot a new movie called Tetteh Quarshie which was shot at Twifo Praso this year.”

Squarely placing the blame on the movie industry, she agreed that for some time now, the movie industry has not been active like in the past but that doesn’t mean she’s left her first love which is acting.

“So my acting career is never on the rocks, it’s still intact just that the producers are not many like in the past. We should all pray that acting actively comes back again because that’s my first love,” Emelia said on Kastle Entertainment Show.