Ghanaian Musician Kidi has recently been in the spotlight for Twitter posts he did some years back. Many have come out to condemn the "Touch it" hitmaker for tweeting such posts. But, could it be that this intentionally came up because he wanted to promote his Extended Play (EP)?
Kidi has recently dropped an EP titled "4Play". This Extended Play has been making waves on social media recently as a major hit in it being a song titled "champagne". Whiles many artists would have just promoted the EP and nothing more Kidi is in the news for the wrong reasons altogether.
Some of his previous tweets read as such " they say you're what you eat and I still ain't a pussy." Another also read "Nana Addo's face has fooled." These brought out a negative reaction from citizens and music lovers all around the world. But the question still remains, could this be intentional?
Could it be that these tweets from him resurfaced so that he could use them as a means to generate publicity for his (EP)? Artists always want to be in the spotlight all the time and this has really put Kidi in the spotlight. He is trending for his old tweets, becoming popular, and promoting his Extended Play (EP).
Isn't it surprising how it all just worked out? Release an EP and instantly these tweets came out. Do you think this is deliberate or not?
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