Entertainment of Monday, 5 January 2015
Naomi Watson, wife of Ghanaian actor Eddie Watson has put across her sadness on how Ghanaians reacted when her husband was mentioned the winner for Best Short Film at the recently held Ghana Movie Awards.
The actress cum TV presenter defending her husband said he deserved the award he won on the night because he contributed his quota in educating the public on the deadly Ebola disease.
Expressing herself on Instagram, Naomi Watson thanked Ghana Movie Awards organisers for honouring her husband. She was also grateful to actress Juliet Ibrahim who said few words to support her husband when the room was quiet after Eddie Watson was announced the winner of the award.
“I say this not Cus he’s my husband, but Cus its the truth,This man Ryt here, sooooo DESERVED his award,it was a job done to impart ppl n try to help the people who are in need as Far as the deadly Ebola outbreak is concerned,we live in a world where good work is not appreciated,good people aren’t appreciated, n most people will always seem to be the best to u only when it serves their own personal interest,
“I was disappointed with the response yestee nyt at the GMA when he was called to be awarded,I thought people or “friends” are supposed to be happy for their fellow friends in their moments of glory or success but Dats not how it is, a big thank u to the GMA award committee, who recognized n appreciated him and to @julietibrahim who had his back and expressed her dissatisfaction with what was going on,
“I don’t care abt what anyone has to say n y’all haters better keep ur comments off my page, remember as u support ur fellow friend with a gud heart so will u also attract blessings into ur life,God deals with the heart, if ur not happy when ur friend makes it n all u always want is for everything to be about u,its up to u,no one is a competition for anyone in this life,God has a spot for each n everyone of us, Congratulations to my hun @eddiewatsonjr ,I’m ur biggest fan n will always root for u my star”
Eddie Watson’s short film produced by his wife, Naomi Watson beat King Agokoli, Missing Mother, Ghana Police and The Adventures of Kalybos to win the best Short Movie Award at the 2014 Ghana Music Awards held on 30 December 2014 at the Accra International Conference Center.
Yvonne Nelson threw her wait behind Naomi Watson and commented on the post: “Tell them”.
Watch the Ebola Documentary by Eddie Watson which features Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson, Chase and others below: