Kumawood actress, Emelia Brobbey says she is heartbroken about how some of her fellow celebrities treated her debute song titled 'Fame Kɔ'.
In an interview on Hitz FM monitored by YEN.com.gh, Emelia Brobbey said she was hurt when some celebrities joined the trolls to make fun of her and her music on social media.
“A couple of them really hit me. I was not expecting DKB to do that and one Heiress Jacinta. I can’t recollect but I was hurt because he has been in the limelight to know. He could’ve done it in many ways but he wasn’t joking this time though he is a comedian,” she said.
According to the Kumawood star, though she was indifferent about the trolls on social media, she expected DKB to follow the steps of comedian, Teacher Kwadwo, who mocked her in a professional way.
“I saw something about Teacher Kwadwo, he did it in a comic way and it was nice. If you do it nicely to promote the song, I don’t mind. Indirectly that’s how I took it. I don’t fake. I wouldn’t have mentioned him at all,” she said.
Since its release, several celebrities have been supporting Emelia Brobbey to promote the 'Fame Kɔ' song.
Emelia Brobbey, first, released the audio version on YouTube but failed to arrest enough attention until the visuals placed her number one on trends weeks later.
The bashing and trolling on social media, especially Twitter, overshadowed the compliments that her fans gave her. Some told her to work on her voice before she ever dreams of touching a microphone again.
In the video posted on Instagram and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Roselyn Ngissah was seen in the video singing the 'Fame Kɔ' song romantically Kalybos as he felt pampered.
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