The newest trending hashtag on Twitter at the moment is #Delete3musictvNow, which is a campaign championed by a Twitter User named "DJsliming" for all Kumerican to delete 3music tv channel from their television.
This hashtag began after Ezekiel Tetteh, a board member of 3music, made some derogatory comments about artists in Kumasi and also ask them to send their music videos in HD before they will be played on 3music tv.
Reacting to this trending hashtag on Twitter, a journalist and the host of SPOTLIGHT on MX24, Noung Faalong, has thrown some chides at the #Delete3musictvNow campaigners. According to her, 3music has put in a lot of work, but people want to drag them down.
She indicated that the hashtag #Delete3musictvnow has only made the station even more popular because many people didn't know about it until now. They have even reminded her to scan for the 3music tv and watch it.
"3music has put in work, and you want to wake up and throw tantrums to drag them down? You these wonderful humans!"
Check out her tweet below;
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