Ghanaian recording artist, Denning Edem Hotor, known by his stage name Edem, has shared words of advice to fans on Twitter.
In a post sighted on Twitter, Edem has stated that it's over when one dies so no one should walk in another person's shadow.
He continued by saying that one shouldn't listen to the world but should walk with God and have a best life.
It seems the Ghanaian musician doesn't believe in opinions which probably made him shared this post. Edem referred to opinions as 'fuck opinions'.
He wrote; "It’s actually Over when u die…Don’t walk in anyones shadow..Don’t listen to the world..Walk with God and Live your best Life.F$&k opinions"
His tweet below:
A fan who goes by the name '#Wiyaala's Husband' in a reply said to Edem that sometimes some opinions are better than one's decisions.
Reaction from others below;
Gaiuz: "I feel you bossman. It’s laid clean and bare"
Elton Agyemang: "Why you stop hustling for the toto anaa"
Panic Bills Topshatta: "This Dawn Wey u dey start with FK de3 bokoor de3😂😂😂😂"
Nuella Kay: "Yhh.... it'll all be over some day".
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