Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actress cum musician and television presenter, Emelia Brobbey has finally responded to the widely accepted claim that most female Ghanaian actresses make most of their money from their amorous relationships with older married men, in other words, Sugar Daddies.
According to her, after breaking out in the Ghanaian movie space, she invested the money she made into pure water manufacturing business. She said it’s sometimes not necessary to always respond to assertions made by critics.
Speaking to Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM, Emelia Brobbey argued that, “Amansan Krakye sometimes it’s not always what other people say that you need to respond to. That’s why I said on your show that I started doing movies and when I got money I invested in pure water business for the past two years.
“Everyone who’s into pure water business knows that at least if you manage it well, you’d make some profit out of it. Apart from that I also do television talk show which has a lot of sponsors on it and that also helps me to make some money, she added.
Stressing on her source of income, Emelia Brobbey revealed that she makes money from her music and some other ambassadorial deals she has contracted.
She continued “More so, the music I’m doing is loaded on YouTube and I do get money from the views. Also when I’m invited to appear for performance on a show I’m paid for that as well. So everyone that follows my line of businesses knows that I’m involved with a lot of works which helps me to get money.
“So I don’t get worried when people make passing comments that I make money from married men or sugar daddies. Those who follow my social media handles know that I do advertise for a baby diaper company and all these helps me to make a lot of money that I use to cater for my needs, she said on Kastle Entertainment Show.
Surprisingly, she revealed that she has about five companies she is running advertisements for on their products- most of which she shares with her on her Instagram page.
“I have about four or five companies that I do adverts for which also brings in some money. So I don’t need to explain to people where I do make my money from because they know so I think the picture is clear.”