Agya Koo reveals why he's no longer seen in Kumawood movies; Throws shade at Lil' Win

Agya Koo reveals why he's no longer seen in Kumawood movies; Throws shade at Lil' Win

-Kumawood actor, Agya Koo, claims some producers have conspired to blacklist him

-He also asserts that, despite the sabotage, he is more popular than any other actor

- The actor made these claims while launching his on mobile TV app, Agya Koo 2CTV

Popular Kumawood actor, Agya Koo, has pointed accusing fingers at some movie producers for his inactivity in the movie industry these days.

According to him, he has not been prominent in movies lately because some Kumawood producers have conspired to deliberately sabotage him.

Explaining his claim, he said the producers, whose names he failed to mention, plotted against him after he refused to pose naked in the popular 'Komfo Anokye' movie.

Agya Koo is claiming his absence from the screens lately is due to sabotage from Kumawood producers
Agya Koo

Speaking at the launch of his new mobile app, Agya Koo 2CTV on Sunday, he noted that despite their decision not to cast him in movies, he was still doing very well because his career has been blessed by God.

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In his view, he is still the most popular Kumawood actor around and not even the equally popular actor Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil Win.

He added that when it comes to comedy in movies, all the others, including Lil Win, can only dream to reach my level.

On the Agya Koo 2CTV app, he urged Ghanaians to support their own by downloading to enjoy a lot of entertaining content from his camp.

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Born Alex Kofi Adu on May 25, 1969, Agya Koo is a celebrated Ghanaian actor with over 100 movies to his credit.

He is credited for single-handedly reviving the ailing Ghana Movie Industry in the mid 2000s when Nigerian movies had taken over the market.

Indeed, it was at the peak of his career that the movies in the local Twi language, which is often referred to as Kumawood, became popular.

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He was given a National Award in July 2008 for his contribution to the arts.

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