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You know some few weeks ago, Badu has been trending on all social media platforms over his Doctorate Degree controversy even to a point he has to print a Lacoste shirt "Lions over Frogs."
According to Badu on the show this afternoon, People have been calling him a Lion from a very long time before the drama.
However, that whole drama was a good stress relieve because obviously Ghana is going through a lot like dumsor so they focused their attention on him.
He also blamed the media for trying to play the devils advocate though that’s their job but the media should also have a plan.
When ask about his sentiment about the whole drama, he said Ghanaians like promoting strife than good things, he has done a lot of good work but none has trend like that.
“I have a new album out but nobody knows of it. I have written 38 books but nobody talks about that but they like the controversies” Badu said.
Do agree with Badu that Ghanaians like hyping controversies than rational things?
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