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Today marked the birthday of one of Ghana's biggest music producers and manager popularly known as Da Hammer of the Last Two Entertainment and of his most loyal and best former signee, Kwaw Kese dropped an epic throwback photo which not only gained trend on Social Media but critics as well.
The picture Kwaw Kese posted was of Da Hammer, himself, Ghanaian heavyweight rapper, Sarkodie and two other unknown faces. What really sparked reactions from the photo was the caption Kwaw added to the post which turned heads up. He captioned the photo,“Happy birthday @Dahammergh 🔨🔨🔨🙏" and ended it with “What adey hold be chalk, no questions".
The last sentence was what got Netizen's talking as a majority of them even without being told it was a “chalk" Kwaw Kese was holding already knew what kind of chalk it was as Kwaw is known to have love for w£ed and what he was really doing was wrapping up one for enjoyment. Below is a screenshot of the post;
The reactions of Netizen's were that of both acknowledgement and wonder that even though Sarkodie has been around such people for a long time, he was not into. One Netizen commented, “all this chalk dust and Sarkodie never became a teacher" while another added, “i know say bra Kwaw gave Obidiponbidi a pass perrr that day". Below are other reactions Netizen's made on the post;
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