See What Dada Hafco said about Ghanaians hyping Nigeria's Big Brother Nigeria show
Ghanaian Highlife musician, Dada Hafco has made a complain on how his fellow Ghanaians keep creating and hyping the popular Nigerian reality television show Big Brother Nigeria but neglect and always give very tiny attention to Ghanaian music and shows.
The ‘Fall Down’ crooner posted on social media platform , Facebook and questioned if Nigerians will create such type of hype they are giving to the Nigerian program , assuming it were a Ghanaian Big Brother show that was shown to Nigerians.
Dada Hafco asked "Will Nigerians create a hype and make so much noise about a Big Brother Ghana like we do to theirs?"
He further questioned if a Ghanaian show was televised and if you notice from the starting to the ending part , there is at least one Nigerian song being played in the show.
According to the singer, he's not trying to hate on Nigerian entertainment or anything related to Nigeria but to only remind Ghanaians that Nigerians protect their own, so Ghanaians should learn to do same as well.
The Highlife artiste, born Terry Asare Boamah advised and urged Ghanaians to copy Nigerians and protect their culture as well.
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