Just about a week ago on UTV’s late-night entertainment show United Showbiz program, famed Ghanaian Tiktok star Asantewaa dropped a very controversial statement that has since received contrasting opinions from Ghanaians. She made mention of TikTokers being the pillar behind every hit song in this country and they will help musicians if they contact them.
Veteran Ghanaian DJ who is also a professional banker, Nii Ayi Tagoe has also reacted to the recent claim of TikToker, Asantewaa. For the past few days, many Ghanaians have been throwing shades and jabs on Asantewaa for saying that and this veteran DJ has also shared his point of view concerning that controversial statement.
Dj Nii Ayi in his reaction said that the remark was very dumb and stupid when he was speaking on 3FM’s ‘Showbiz 927’ which is hosted by Caleb Nii Boye on Saturdays. He went ahead on asking what exactly those TikTokers add to people songs and craft. He went ahead on saying people made hits even before the existence of that TikTok sighting an example of how Micheal Jackson used to drop hits before his demise.
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