It is rather unfortunate that some wealthy people in Ghana especially those in the music industry cannot tell the source of their wealth and uses other means to cover up when questioned. As the struggle becomes harder, people turn to look for various means to make it in life but the channel which they use become a problem.
One of the famous Ghana DJ's called DJ Ruff had gone hard on some famous Artists such as Medikal, Oseikrom Sikani, Okese1 And Zlatan who flaunt their wealth on the internet. DJ Ruff mentioned that these people are throwing pressure on the youth to take various means to become rich quickly. He said that Oseikrom Sikani has disclosed to his fans that the best and fastest way to become rich is to be able to drink human blood.
He later related it to the killing of innocent people happening within the country. He also said that these suspects who are found killing innocent people are mostly influenced by their fans who do not teach them the right way.
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