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12 Mar 2018

KUMI GUITAR IS HYPOCRITE AND A HUNGRY ARTISTS

I liked you the very first time I heard your song (Bebree waste mbaa nu time) and I still cannot deny you of your effortless dexterity on the highlife rhythms.
My view on ZYLOFON program.

You spoke well this morning in advising all Zylofon artistes especially Stonebwoy. Back to your track buttress it was lyrically contradictory and if permitted I may say it was vindictive too. Bad “Betweener”😏
Vividly, you threw shades on Stonebwoy in the ‘Ekutia’ track purporting to bring all and sundry together under ZYLOFON. 

Is that the DREAM you sing of ?
(I don’t have a dream I guess) that notwithstanding, you hailed our rich boy-NAM 1- of our time in the same song of which I find it psychologically normal for all the goodies he has done to salvage your up and coming talent.

However , Lemme remind you of a favorite quote of the late Burkinabe President - SANKARA >>> “He Who Feeds You Controls You.“ I sensed that in your submission and I fear you may compromise your musical integrity some day...
 But will you be able to criticize NAM1 with a similar song if he goofs one day ?😏
My prayer is that ZYLOFON conglomerates conforms to a serious corporate STRUCTURES, SYSTEMS and STRATEGY(ies) or else it ll turn into an ANIMAL FARM (as said by George Orwell)  because I see a lot of bulldogs that may break chains soon...
I have an appointment with the psychiatrist so see you laterMy brain dey pain me. From Ghana Most Wanted Man.
[Nhyiraba Quojo Frympon Manso]

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