After her public cry that her role model, Nana Ama Mcbrown told her bluntly that she didn’t want to have anything picture with her, video vixen, Rosemond Brown aka Akuapim Polo has revealed that aside the award-winning actress, most of her colleagues in the entertainment industry have also declined to work with her because they argue she is too controversial and uncultured with the statements and the kind of videos she posts on social media.
The sad looking actress in the chit-chat with zionfelix.net during a recent bread selling activity for the newly introduced brand, The Bread added that even though most of the things she does on social media are usually for fun, her colleagues turn to take them to heart and too personal.
She stressed that this sort of bad relationship most of her colleagues have with her is troubling her a lot because, in the end, it goes a long way to hurt her brand and the height she wants to reach in the industry.
When asked if this rejection by her colleagues has caused her a movie role or a business deal in the industry before, the mother of one gave an emphatic yes answer.
She further disclosed that some directors who had initially penned her name down for a role later called to take away the offer because the people she was supposed to be on the set with stated they didn’t want to work with her.