A movie director has recounted how the popular and veteran actress, Jackie Appiah rejected a deal of forty thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢40,000) from him on TV XYZ during the program titled Power Entertainment.
According to the movie director, a big man came to see him for Jackie Appiah to post his three (3) flyers on her Instagram page for three (3) weeks to receive forty thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢40,000).
The big man handed the money to the movie director to convince Jackie Appiah of the deal.
The movie director spoke to Jackie Appiah about the deal and disclosed the forty thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢40,000) to her but she rejected the deal together with the money.
The movie director then urges the critics to stop leveling allegations on Jackie Appiah and rather celebrate her because her actions can attract investors into the movie industry.
If you want to hear more from the movie director as he explains vividly to the host of power entertainment, then kindly watch the video below
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