Producer of controversial movie, BLACK MONKEY has made another shocking statement.

After defending the “racist” title for the movie, Frank Gharbin comes back to tell the world both the black and white man are monkeys. Really?

Explaining himself, he said,

I dont see why the black man should get angry when someone calls him black monkey. Truth is, when a white man calls the black, BLACK MONKEY, the best way to respond is by calling them a Monkey too. In this context, we have the BLACK and white MONKEY, and as we all know, they are all the same; they behave the same way, they all eat banana etc. So, with that being said, we as humans are all monkeys. In this 21st century if someone says BLACK MONKEY and the black man feels insulted then i can say with no fear that, we are still under mental slavery

However, this is what the movie black monkey seeks to address; emancipation of the BLACK man from mental slavery. He added

The movie is set to be premiered at the SilverBird Cinema, both the Westhills and Accra Mall on 9th July 2016, at 6:00pm and 8:30 pm.

There will be attendance of various movie stars including Van Vicker, Prince David Osei, Kwaku Manu, Joe Shortingo, Big Akwess, Kwadwo Nkansah Liwin, among others.

Watch the trailer of the movie below…

By Bossu Kule

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