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No one should attribute my success to NPP – Actor Prince David Osei

Ghanaian actor Prince David Osei Prince, has claimed that Ghanaians’ propensity to speculate about the riches of actors, particularly women in the business, has gone beyond the bounds of reason.

He said that while he is now working hard as an actor with his “sweat and blood,” people won’t talk about it, but when he becomes successful in the future, the critics would surface and claim that he has profited greatly from his membership in the federal government’s New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The actor made a venomous remark about Jackie Appiah’s stunning home, which had been published on Twitter by Nigerian actress Luchy Donalds.

 

No one should attribute my success to NPP – Actor Prince David Osei

Some trolls have said that Jackie’s acting job couldn’t support the luxury of the property because the video was successful in becoming popular.

Prince put up a strong defense for his colleague, claiming that he had been very diligent from the start of her employment.

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The majority of her sources of wealth were then identified by him, and he also revealed that she had been signed as a brand ambassador for numerous businesses many years prior, even before she became well-known in Africa.

In light of the aforementioned, Prince threatened to go on the offense if people in the future minimized his efforts and credited his success to the NPP.

 

He posted;
“I am out here, hustling 6/8 to do my tours with my sweat, tomorrow if I hit some monkey will come and say it’s NPP money Gyimi saa.. Some of us hustlers we never claim to be rich, we work hard filming day&night exploring other avenues to make money.”

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