Kweku Bany addressed controversial stories on the competition amongst past contestants on the Mentor reality show. Anthony Basaw, popularly known in showbiz as Kweku Bany, with Mzz Gee on the Entertainment segment of the NewDay morning show clarified the supposed rivalry between himself and Kweku Darlington. “I don’t think I have any competition with Kweku because my management and I are working together. At the right time, we will bring music. I also believe that, when you win a show this big, you need enough time to bring out a very good song. And that’s what I have been doing, so there’s no competition amongst us because he released his song before me, the winner. We all do good music,” Kweku expressed.
The rapper, who hails from Western North and is a second-year student at the Assinso Senior High School, said that his management is helping him manage his studies and music. So that he can bring good music at the right time. He denied Mzz Gee‘s statement on school being his limitations on why he isn’t being productive enough with music.
Kweku said, “I wouldn’t say my schooling is limiting me to making good music because I think school is important too. We balance everything well so that I don’t jeopardize anything against my life and music too. So that is not an issue at all.”
Kwaku Bany, the winner of TV3’s Mentor reality show 2020, denied any speculations about a musical rivalry with his former music mate Kweku Darlington. He said music is a process, not a rush.
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