Elikem Kumodzie Speaks After Clash Between Him And Kofi Adjorlolo, Might Stop Acting (Screenshot)

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Renowned Ghanaian tailor and actor, Elikem Kumodzie had quite a messy and emotional clash with veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo yesterday, live on radio.

The heated clash was caused by a comment made by Elikem Kumodzie, that actors should get a day job, after Kofi Adjorlolo complained some producers owe him.

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A post by Elikeme after the clash, has caught the attention of many who are trying to decipher what he wrote as well as the photo attached to it.

He posted a picture of him holding a well crafted, gold manual sewing machine and wrote, “Hold on to what you love. Let go of the chaff“.

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With this, it could mean, he holding the crafted sewing machine means he is holding on what he loves that is tailoring and letting go of the chaff could also mean he is letting go acting per his post.

Watch post below;

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