Ghanaian actress and movie producer Tracey Boakye has called the bluff of the Film Producers Association Ghana (FIPAG) after the release of their letter of suspension to her.
FIPAG had earlier issued a suspension letter to the actress over the use of foul language in her recent outbursts and attacks on musician Mzbel on social media.
According to the statement signed by the Association’s President James Aboagye, what Tracy did in her videos was in diametric opposition to the Ghanaian cultures, traditions, ethics and sensibilities.
The suspension means that the actress and film producer would not take part in any of the association’s activities until further notice.
But in a new video, Tracey Boakye has responded to their statement, saying she has nothing to do with the association and that they have no power to suspend her.
“It’s been more than years since I started producing movies but you’ve never promoted my works on any of your platforms. I’m not a part of you and everybody knows I am an independent movie producer. Do you people even know me or you want to use this opportunity to trend? You boldly told me I am not a member and would not be allowed to vote prior to electing your new leaders so how do you come in here? I am even surprised you could even issue this statement,” she said.