Untold Truth About Tracey Boakye Fighting Mzbel Over A Married Man

Popular Ghanaian actress, Tracey Boakye, songstress Mzbel and actress Kani Gloria are still making waves on the web because of the phrase ‘papa no, as they fight over a married man which is still unknown.

The ’16 years’ singer Mzbel, is reported to have cast aspersions against Tracy, who are both in a concurrent relationship with a married man.

In her reply to MzBel on her Instagram post, the Kumawood actor claims to be the preferred mistress of the man she refers to only as “Papa no” (the man) in her Instagram video.

Kwasi Aboagey Asked To Kill The Trend.

Ace broadcaster, Kwasi Aboagye has revealed that a so called “Big Man” in the midst of actress Tracy and singer Mzbel’s feud had approached him to kill the story, in other words make the trend un-realevant.

According to him, he received call from a colleague journalist who stated that the big man was willing to kill the story. He explained that he refused the offer entirely indicating that he was preparing for his program when the call came in.

FILM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION SUSPENDS ACTRESS TRACY BOAKYE AFTER FUED WITH SINGER MZBEL

The Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) has suspended Tracey Boakye after her feud with singer Mzbel. In a press release signed by the President James Boakye, the Association believes the actions of Tracey are regrettable and does not reflect Ghanaian culture, ethics and traditions.Her actions also does not reflect what FIPAG stands for or wishes to promote, Mr Boakye added. “In view of this FIPAG has immediately suspended Tracey Boakye indefinitely. She is not supposed to take part in any activity until she is reviewed.” FIPAG also apologised to Ghanaians on behalf of the actress asking for Ghanaians to “find the space to forgive her.”  Tracey Boakye and Mzbel took to their Instagram page, posting videos attacking each other over their relationship with the same married man.

ACTRESS TRACY REACTING TO HER SUSPENSION FROM FILM PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION

Reacting to the suspension, actress Tracey Boakye said she is unaffected by the sanction, as she is not a member of the association. However, FIPAG’s PRO Mawuli Ekpe Peter revealed the actress joined the Association 8 years ago. At the time, Miss Tracey could only afford to pay ¢300 out of the mandatory fee ¢500 fee, Mr Peter said. He added that the part-payment validated her status in the association despite the unpaid balance.

The actress has also urge people to  to stop tagging Ex-President John Dramani Mahama as the father of her daughter.
In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the ‘Baby Mama’ producer expressed discomfort in the way the former President is being dragged into her issues. As she say’s she really respect the flag-bearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Tracey felt sorry for his involvement in the negative news circulating on social media.

The young movie producer, elaborates on the issue that The former president, John Dramani Mahama isn’t the father of her baby Nana Akua Nhyira. So they should leave him and his family out of such issues. She wrote:

“I REALLY RESPECT THE FORMER PRESIDENT, H.E MAHAMA, AND IM SOO SORRY FOR ALL THE NEGATIVE NEWS CIRCULATING ON SOCIAL MEDIA. IVE DECIDED TO KEEP MY RELATIONSHIP AND BABY DADDY AWAY FROM THE MEDIA, SO PLEASE STOP TAGGING AN INNOCENT AND WELL RESPECTED MAN AND HIS FAMILY ????????????. THANK YOU.”

 

 

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