Evans Kofi Mensah known in public domain as Kofi Feelings disclosed this on Rich 98.7FM with Nac Aberantie on his hot showbiz program dubbed Entertainment Hall
The ''akyemfo driver'' hitmaker stated it clear that there's no structure that supports celebs in Ghana. "Elsewhere in Europe and some African countries, there are proper systems that monitor all radio and TV stations as well as pubs and bars to know how often a certain artist's song is being played and pay such persons accordingly. But it's not like that here in Ghana'' He stressed.
In addition, Kofi Feelings advised current and trending celebrities to manage and save from their earnings for Future
''What you get today wouldn't be the same some years coming so please save from your little gigs now''.
Currently, Feelings have been nominated as best entertainment panelist in Western region at this year's WRTP, and hinted on his yet to drop EP dubbed "adze bi no".
Story by Nac Aberantie.
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