Kwaw Kesse Says Ghanaians Are Wicked & His Explanation Is Reasonable
Hip-life star, Kwaw Kese, has not been enjoying the kind of limelight he had at the beginning of his illustrious music career.
Hence in a bid to register his presence in the music landscape one more time, the Abodam hitmaker has released a new single titled, Tap House to which he asked his followers to retweet the song to push it.
However, only few social media users heeded to the call and this has somewhat angered the artiste. In a video he recorded, Kwaw Kesse revealed that only 5000 of his 350,000 followers on Twitters retweeted his tweet about his new song.
He went on to wonder why people would follow him online, but refuse to patronize his music.
Ghanaians are wicked and I am sad. So just 5000 retweets it’s almost two months. 5,000 retweets, so why do the 350,000 people follow me? I don’t even know if I should cry.
So we are also wondering why his fans refused to do simple thing like retweeting the song? Are they gradually pushing him to oblivion?
Kwaw Kesse doesn’t deserve this treatment.