Ghanaian multiple award winning & chart topping anglophone hip-hop and Afrobeat musician, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, known by his stage name D-Black did not take it cool with Bridget Otoo, a Ghanaian journalist who took to her Twitter handle to question portion of the President's speech on the just-ended Independence Day celebration which read " We Freed our Nation ".
Bridget in her tweet said to the president, " you and who freed our nation?"- a question the vera hit maker D-Black felt as disrespectful and replied, "Isn't this tad disrespectful?".
Then came one twitter user by name, Amankwaa Kelvin from no where jumped into the conversation uninvited. He said " So Ghanaians can no longer question their President because it's Akuffo-Addo in power?. Ghana is in this mess because of hypocrites like you who have sold their conscience for a pittance ". Kelvin replied to D-Black.
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At this point, it is clear the conversation has moved from non partisan, D-Black hit back:
" Lol, I see your profile picture still says Mahama for 2020. President aside, I feel it's kinda a bit off to spend that way to an elder. Well thatynot how I was raised ".
Bridget joined the conversation again with a statement advising the rapper not to pass the trait of not asking questions to his children. She then concluded with " Thank you".
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