- Agya Koo has confessed to going through severe hardship when movie producers sidelined him
- He said life became difficult for him and those who depended on him
- The Kumawood actor who featured in many movies went off the screens for some years now
Renowned Kumawood actor, Agya Koo, has confessed that life became really hard for him at a point in life.
This was when he was sidelined by some movie producers because they described him as pompous and arrogant.
However, Agya Koo said being sidelined brought him untold hardship which had to do with his finances.
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This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a reported sighted on ZionFelix.net.
According to the report, Agya Koo said he could no longer help people who depended on him for their survival because he had no money.
He explained that he was supporting those people with the money he got from acting, therefore, when he virtually lost his acting job, he could not support any longer.
Agya Koo added that he never expected to be sidelined, therefore, he did not make prior arrangements as to how he was going to generate another stream of income.
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He revealed that anytime he felt so much financial crisis, he traveled to be with his wife abroad.
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Months ago, reports went viral that movie producers did not want to work with him again.
He was reported to be disrespectful, arrogant, and selective of the kind of actors he wanted to act with in a movie.
Agya Koo was even reported to have turned down an offer because Lilwin was one of the cast.
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