Ghanaian actor Fiifi Coleman has debunked the use of black magic, commonly known as ‘Juju’ in the movie industry.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, he described the common chant of the use of juju in the industry as mostly ‘propaganda’.
Even though he admits the existence of juju, he believes that evidence is yet to be shown of its existence in the movie industry.
“We run that narrative over and over that people use juju in the movie industry. Where is the proof for that? I call it propaganda. No one has ever come to prove that.”
Fiifi was speaking on the heels of reports following the demise of Ghanaian actor Osei Tutu Nyamekese, who according to his mother, 9 needles were recovered from his throat.
This revelation raised eyebrows as it connotes the existence of juju.
It is however not clear whether the act was from someone in the movie industry.
Fiifii Coleman claims that some of these things said about the industry should be regarded as mere rumours until it is finally proven.
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