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M.Anifest Has Wasted Tsatsu Tsikata’s Investment Doing Music Full Time – A Plus
 
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30-May-2017  
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Sympathiser of the governing New Patriotic Party, Kwame A Plus has said if he was the son of the great lawyer Tastsu Tsikata, he would have been the Chief Executive Officer of a company employing hundreds of people.

This comment comes after people lashed at him and asked him to produce good songs so that he will also be invited to perform on the Ghana meets Naija stage when criticized the performance of rapper and son of Tsatsu Tsikata, M.anifest at the Ghana Meets Naija show over the weekend.

But according to the controversial musician, considering how educated M.anifest is and the money invested in him, he would have rather done music as part-time business rather than full time in order to employ several Ghanaians.

“I’ve seen so many posts where people are asking me to write good music so that I’ll be called to perform at Ghana meets Naija… this is funny. So wait ooo. You guys think that if my father is Tsatsu Tsikata and I was taken to some of the best school in the world I’ll be wearing #Kaba rapping arish rish rish rubbish by now? Like by now I’ll be some CEO or business executive who employs hundreds and do music on the flipside. herh are you guys serious to make it in life?”

M.anifest performed at this year’s Ghana meets Naija show. His performance met mixed reactions because whiles others said it was classics a section of patrons indicated that the performance put up by the artiste was below standard and that he needs to add up his energy if he intends performing to crowd like that of the Ghana meets Naija.
 
 
 
Source: mynewsgh.com
 
 

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