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‘I Don't Know If I Should Lie Or Not About How Much I Made From ‘LongLife’ - BodyBeatz Cries Out.

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When it comes to Ghanaians, whenever a musician or a producer brings a hit song into the airwaves, it is assumed that they instantly become millionaires or even billionaires and such creative personnel is forced not to cry out about being broke or not having enough money and this seems to be bringing pressure on these acts as they have to always appear just as Netizen's and the public wants them to look like.

The moment a Ghanaian celebrity complains of not having enough to fend for him or herself after coming into the limelight, it is assumed by Ghanaians that they have either misused their royalties from their hit acts or are fast spenders. Some examples of such celebrities who have faced trolling from Ghanaians after complaining of being broke and are therefore in need of financial assistance are the former television star, TT of “Taxi Driver” fame who died recently after battling some ailments, and hi life musician

formerly of Zylophon Music and “I Have A Dream” crooner, Kumi Guitar, whose life as a taxi driver was changed by Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as “Nam 1” after he was signed to Nam 1's record label but Kumi Guitar unfortunately couldn't manage the little he got from his signing and later came to plead with Ghanaian's to assist him financially which made him a target for trolls on social media.

The recent celebrity who has also “served” himself as food for trolls is Takoradi-based music engineer, “BodyBeatz” who recently took to his Instagram handle to address the issue of how his life has been after producing the hit song of hi life singer, Fameye's “Long Life” which he featured heavyweight rapper and singer, Kwesi Arthur of Ground Up record label.

According to BodyBeatz, he doesn't know how to answer people who ask him whether he made a fortune from producing the hit song or not as he is not sure himself whether he has benefitted from producing the song. He captioned the post “This world er


When they ask “how much have you made from Fameye's Long Life (feat. Kwesi Arthur)” I don't know if I should lie or say the truth.🥺🥺🥺”.

From BodyBeatz's post, it seems that even though the “Long Life” made waves and was played throughout the country and beyond, he didn't make much from it but to avoid the trolling of Ghanaians, he has kept mute over it. BodyBeatz has not produced hit songs for only Fameye but other great artists like the late Ebony Reigns, Kofi Kinaata, and Wendy Shay. Below is the post he made:

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