Shatta Michy unveiled as 'Tsotso' in Cocoa Brown

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

/ by Ghfreestyle
Michelle Diamond, popularly known as Shatta Michy has been unveiled to play the role of Tsotso in the upcoming 'Cocoa Brown' series. Cocoa Brown is a series based on the life of Deloris Frimpong-Manso, a.k.a. Delay, played by Ahuofe Patri. The series takes a deep dive into her roots and brings to bear all the challenges and successes she chalked over the years. Tsotso, the wild and fun character is inspired and based on Delay's real and longtime friend Esther "Tsotso" Tetteh. "Many have come and gone through the various stages of my life but Esther is one who has stuck with me through it all," Delay said. "Back in the day when I first started out, it's no secret that I was battling my demons. Somewhere between those battles I met another troubled young lady, Esther. "Esther and I clicked instantly. I had my issues, she had hers... but our demons played so well together. The memories of our friendship are wild and unheard of. From club nights, damaged exes to when one of our own friends was found dead in a swimming pool...Trust me, the stories between us are more than any show or movie can capture, but you'll get a glimpse of our antics on the Cocoa Brown series," Delay revealed. She further said "this character is special to me because it's in honor of my dear friend, so finding the right actress to play Tsotso's character was quite a task. Many actresses attempted, but it was never quite right." "During my interview with Shatta Wale's wife on the Delay Show, something about her personality felt familiar. After the interview I asked her to audition for the role. Like a true star, Michelle Diamond (a.k.a. SHATTA MICHY) came through and effortlessly slayed the role." Delay promises a spectatular character from Shatta Michy, saying "this is one character the bad girls (both new & reformed) are going to love." Cocoa Brown hits your screen very soon. Source: Alfred Sarpong I

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