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Stop the cheap talk and do better music – Ex-Doe to Edem

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Ghanaian rapper, Richard Kwasi Siaw Afrofi, known in showbiz as Ex Doe has said his fellow rapper Edem should produce the right songs, and not songs people are fed up with.

This comes after the “U Dey Craze” hit maker, Edem said he has been marginalized because he is a Voltarian.

In a conversation with Godfrey Ainoo on the Orange Countdown on Radio Maxx 105.1FM in Takoradi, Ex Doe explained that music is a universal language; therefore should not be an excuse if one fails to flourish beyond borders.

“Music is a universal thing, that’s why we can enjoy songs we don’t even understand the language, but we still enjoy them. We enjoy Indian songs, we enjoy Chinese songs. You see, the language is not the problem. The thing is, do the right songs; don’t do songs people are fed up with”.

According to the “Twi Chinese” crooner, for Edem to be fully accepted, he must be creative enough, so people can follow his trend, because if he follows what is already in the system he will remain static in the industry.

“What is there is there. Why are you following it boss? I did Twi Chinese. People didn’t understand it, but they enjoyed it, because it was unique and different”. Ex Doe challenged.

Ex Doe further claimed he did the first Ewe song in Ghana and he was accepted by everyone in the country.

The “M’aba” hit maker therefore urged Ghanaian rappers to work extra hard because the music industry has become very competitive.

 

Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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My manhood is shrinking – Psalm Adjetefio ‘begs’ for help

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The veteran actor, Psalm Adjetefio, popularly known as TT of Taxi Driver series fame who battled enlarged heart impediments has said he needs more support from Ghanaians to manage his ailments.

Sam Adjeteyfio has opened up on how ailments have tormented him including his manhood.

But the man, Adjeteyfio says ailments upon ailments have forced him to take drugs that have, at a point, resulting in a shrinking manhood.

According to him, it was not his intention to come public with his condition but his health condition was deteriorating hence his decision to come public. He also revealed his friends ignored and blocked his number when he was seriously ill.

TT said his predicament begun when he was diagnosed with a heart enlargement condition, leading to swollen feet.

The situation has compelled him to fall on some past students who he says have come from many parts of the world to assist him.

Psalm Adjetefio revealed that he was consuming about 19 tablets on a daily basis but he is currently consuming between 7-9 tablets on daily basis.

Through productions like ‘Taxi Driver’, TT, as he is popularly called thrilled millions and brought smiles and laughter to many.

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