The Kumerica rapper, Ypee Baakop3, has been heavily vituperated by Facebook users after he urged them to view a zany and wacky song on his YouTube account.
Yesterday, May 14, 2021 Ypee shared a link to his “Didi me bottom” video on his Facebook page. He asked his fans to support him by viewing “Didi me botom” video on YouTube. He featured Oseikrom Sikani popularly known as Okese 1on the song. The song talks about girls exchanging sex for material and financial assistances from boys.
However, Facebook users have negatively reacted to the song by sending disheartening messages to Ypee on his page. They have backlashed the artiste on accounts of producing wacky lyrics, profane content and advocating overnight wealth accumulation in the song.
According to netizens, the song doesn’t lack logical content only but it also incites Ghanaian youth to engage in amorality via sidelining the pivotal role hard work plays in every successful life.
Below are some of the negative comments Facebook users posted on Ypee's page.
Lord Mac Principle wrote that,
“The Ghana music Industry must banned their song because it is senseless and do not encourage the youth as well.”
Kwame West wrote that,
“Shit song with shitty lyrics. Doesn’t pass any sense to the youth of today. Just encouraging immorality. YpeeYpee be there wai.”
Lhord Twist Banks wrote that,
“Wei yɛde gye grammy”
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