Legendary Ghanaian actor, Fred Amugu has disclosed that Ghanaians are actually waiting for the time of his death before they celebrate him.
Speaking with Graphic Showbiz recently, Uncle Fred Amugu voiced out his feelings on how Ghanaians ain’t appreciating him enough.
“It won’t keep long, God being who He is, I will be celebrated. From where I cannot tell and how I cannot say but I know it will happen,” he stated.
He also took time to also touch on Ghan’s Movie Industry describing it as an unstable body.
“Today it is up, tomorrow it is down and that is how it is going. At a time, a crop of new faces will come and they will bring the whole industry up.
“Before you know everything is down because they are not around. Some can’t sustain the industry by being there always. I have been there since I was 30 something years and at 71, I am still in there.” He disclosed.
“Humility is lost in the industry, the least chance somebody gets to get to the top, the person starts to raise his or her shoulders and people do not want to use them again because they think they have gotten there.
“And when it comes to paying artists what is due them, producers and directors will go for what belongs to them and neglect players in their films.
“When they go to register to get their royalties, they register only themselves and forget that what they have, came to fruition because of the actors, that trend must change,” he said.
His comment comes after his colleague Kofi Adjorlolo got disrespected by Elikem Kumordzie when he came out to speak on how Movie Producers are disrespecting him.