Ghanaian rapper Yaa Pono has been on the receiving end of Twitter followers and they are indicating that is one of the best meats in the country but he offended people by saying it.
Yaa Pono who posted recently on his Twitter page that he wanted to eat the locally made cat meat recieved backlash after his post.He posted;
So what began as a friendly post soon turned out to be an uproar from his numerous fans.Most of them blamed him for being sarcastic and that the post was a needless one.
Others said his career was dying out and so he fed on controversy to survive in the music industry in Ghana.A section of fans said indeed wish was not a bad one but should have just gone out and bought the cat meat than to post it to the entire world.
Some of the comments were;
Others called for an apology because he offended the Voltarian community and that he should be swift with that.
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