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Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) has indefinitely suspended Ghanaian actress and film producer, Tracey Boakye.

This comes after, Tracey Boakye clashed with musician MzBel on social media over an unknown “Sugar Daddy”

In a statement signed by President of FIPAG, James Aboagye, the association noted that Tracey’s outburst on Social Media tarnished and misrepresented the image of Film Producers and the Ghanaian culture.

“The contents was so bad and affront to our Ghanaian Cultures, Traditions, and Sensibilities. The Film Producers’ Association of Ghana (FIPAG) finds their actions very regrettable especially that of Miss Tracey Boakye, who happens to be an actress and a Film Producer”, the association stated

In view of this “FIPAG has immediately suspended miss Tracey Boakye indefinitely. She is not supposed to take part in any of the activities during this period until the situation is reviewed”

The association further rendered an apology to Ghanaians on behalf of the Actress and appealed for her forgiveness.

“The Film FIPAG wishes to render an unqualified apology to the general public… that display of character does represent what the film industry stands for.. we wish that Ghanaians will find a space in their hearts to forgive her”, the statement added.

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