Ghanaian celebrities are found of forcefully asking for support for their music career, but according to Socrates Safo, it shouldn't be so.
He claims if the music they produce is genuine and nice, Ghanaians will rush to stream it.
Speaking about the current issue Stonebwoy raised online while working on a project in France together with his team concerning his streams, he claims Stonebwoy's statement was 'childish'
Socrates made this statement this afternoon on Peace FM's Entertainment Review show showing his displeasure towards, he claims Stonebwoy is not the first person to do so but he is much disappointed in him.
He claims he should appreciate the number of streams he had that way and should rather ask Ghanaians what went wrong so that he can fix it in his next project.
He said " Firstly, Ghanaians don't owe you any support, they will just decided to support you if they find interest in your music. Your statement was 'childish', you should rather ask Ghanaians for help for your next project rather than expressing your disappointment in them"
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