Whilst granting an interview on UTV with Hajia Bintu, Wesley Kesse, Jacqueline Mensah, Felicia Osei and Erkua Official about their career as TikTok influencers, Asantewaa said they are hotcakes now with so many calls coming to them lately.
She further explained in the interview that before your song can be hyped in ghana it depends on them to get hit or whether to will be in waters, she emphatically stated below.
"That's why I say that now it doesn't matter how long you have played your music game. when you drop a song now it is not about your craft unless you bring it to us, if not you will have to sing your song alone," she said Kesse added, "we are the board of directors, you have to bring it to us".
The video slide from them seems to be a backlashing upcoming artist and through their comments, most Ghanaians got furious over it and explained to them that they are the ones making them popular or they have forgotten about that.
The comment in the video below has attracted backlash for TikToker and her colleagues. But Asantewaa has recently apologised to the matter and explained that it was just for fun and they didn't take it seriously as to the way most Ghanaians took it.
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