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I’ve no beef with Akwaboah – Kwame Ghana

Ingenious Ghanaian highlife musician and songwriter, Kwame Ghana says he has no qualms with his colleague highlife musician Akwaboah Jnr after his(Kwame Ghana) latest song countered Akwaboah hit song ‘Posti Me’.

The budding artiste’s ‘Me Nposti Wo’ song is a direct opposite and response to Akwaboah’s song ‘Posti Me.’

While Akwaboah was urging his partner to post his pictures on social media, Kwame Ghana on the hand does not see the need for him and his lover to share their pictures on social media.

He explained that their love is not social media love—so he won’t post her pictures for gossipers to say whatever they want.

Kwame Ghana argued many relationships of today do not last for a long time due to how many issues are flaunted on social media.

Instead of posting the pictures of his partner on social media, the enterprising musician said he is watching them on his phone every day.

Speaking to Moses Aluebasi on Ejura-based Naagyei FM, Kwame Ghana said he doesn’t expect his song to create any problems between him and Akwaboah as the song is only a great piece of composition meant to advise people to be wary of putting to much of their personal stuff on social media.

He said he would have felt great if Akwaboah after hearing his song pushed it with at least just one tweet.

I don’t have any issue with Akwaboah and I will never have one. He’s someone that I respect because he’s a fine talent. My aim is to work hard for Ghanaians to accept me like they have accepted Kwame Eugene, Akwaboah, Kiddi, King Promise and the rest to push our highlife songs and make the genre popular once again.

“It is my dream to meet Akwaboah one day, he’s spoken to me once or twice after I released my song and he’s very welcoming. Except that he’s not commented on my song,I would have been excited if he commented about it with at least one tweet to push me a bit. That is what we lack as Ghanaian artiste, we don’t like to push our colleagues up there. But I feel the sky is too big for us to occupy, let’s support ourselves.”

Source: Naagyeifmonline.com

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