- Gloria Sarfo has said there are cliques in the movie industry which are worsening its current plight
- She said some producers are interested in working with a certain gang forcing the others to go completely out of business
- Gloria confessed that life has been tough for her and some others that she had to venture into a new business to survive
Ghanaian actress Gloria Sarfo has made an emotional revelation about the movie industry and its players.
According to the Efiewura actress, the movie industry has been indeed been slow with virtually nothing to offer.
This, she said, has forced some of the industry players to look into other businesses in order to make ends meet.
This is contained in a reported sighted by YEN.com.gh on Showbiz.com.
Gloria Sarfo blamed the unfortunate state of the movie industry on cliques and gangs which have been formed within it.
According to her, some people want to be associated with some specific people, causing cliques and factions to form in the industry.
As a result, Gloria Sarfo observed that just a few specific people always get the chance to be included in a cast when there is a new project.
This, she indicated, is not fair because some of them are indeed suffering financially for no jobs.
“We all know that the movie industry isn’t paying at all. It has been very slow and forced some of us to venture into other viable ventures to make a living.”
“Unfortunately, the few gigs that come go to a selected few since they belong to a faction and that has made it difficult for some of us to thrive in these trying times,” Ms Sarfo revealed.
She added that the faction and cliques within the industry have also made it difficult for new talents to be unearthed, advising that if this is not checked, the movie industry will go completely down.
By disclosing that some of them find it difficult to thrive in these trying times, Gloria indicates that all is not well with her financially.
The actress has been in the news lately for saying that she really wishes to be married, but she is not getting the right man.
Gloria Sarfo revealed that the man she dated in her last relationship was only interested in her money and never loved her genuinely.
She is one of Ghana’s respected actresses.
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