Collins Oteng, popularly known as Komfuor Koleege, has chastised some of his colleagues for shedding “crocodile tears” following the death of Bishop Bernard Nyarko.
He has expressed his disappointment about how Lilwin, Yaw Dabo and some Kumawood stars cried in front of the camera and monetise it on YouTube all in the name mourning the late Bishop Bernard.
Koleege, who was speaking in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’, labelled these actors as hypocrites.
He added that their actions were fake and it shouldn’t be condoned.
The actor, known for his fetish priest roles in movies accentuated his colleagues’ actions were purely acting.
According to him, anybody who is shocked and truly mourning a love one won’t have the idea of taking a camera to record him or herself crying.
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Komfuor Koleege further stated that their attempt to impress the public and prove how they love the late Bernard Nyarko exposes how fake their actions were.
However, Komfuor Koleege indicated that he would have seen nothing wrong with their actions if they were recorded without their knowledge.
Watch the full interview below.