"Gyimii. You Want Me To Die Before You Talk About My Effort" - Bisa Kdei Slams Guy Who Wanted To Troll Him For Releasing "Funeral Songs"

“Gyimii. You Want Me To Die Before You Talk About My Effort” – Bisa Kdei Slams Guy Who Wanted To Troll Him For Releasing “Funeral Songs”

There was no Ghanaian musician on Billboard’s top 15 sub-Saharan African Artists based on global views.

"Gyimii. You Want Me To Die Before You Talk About My Effort" - Bisa Kdei Slams Guy Who Wanted To Troll Him For Releasing "Funeral Songs"
"Gyimii. You Want Me To Die Before You Talk About My Effort" - Bisa Kdei Slams Guy Who Wanted To Troll Him For Releasing "Funeral Songs" 8

What caught the eye was that the list was dominated by Nigerians…..and kudos to our “Naija brothers and sisters”.

This latest development is indicative of the fact that there’s a lot more work to be done to lift Ghana’s music to the heights it so much craves.

It is almost common knowledge that a lot of Ghanaians suffer from the “Pull him down” syndrome and will rather support an outsider than his very own to succeed.

So when @ bra_melo_ attempted to troll Bisa Kdei for singing “funeral songs”, the astute highlife musician had none of that and referred to the former’s comment as a “foolish tweet”.

Kdei further slammed @ bra_melo_, asking him to support his own and not wait for his (Kdei’s) death before appreciating his efforts in the industry.

Source: EOnlineGH.com

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