Ghanaian social media sensation Dacoster has been a force in creative arts industry for quite sometime.His affiliations with Shatta Wale, Akuapem Poloo, Ebenezer Forson and a host of the other celebrities have made things easier for him in the past decade
However the digital creator was in the news after he made certain statements in media fraternity.Speaking on Neat FM, he said "Afia Schwarzenegger and Tracy Boakye have blocked him for no reason"
Dacoster also said he strongly believes his parody videos of the celebraties online have gotten them annoyed over the period that was why they behaved liked that.Dacoster finally said he has had similar problems with one famous personality in the country but he was able to settle it once and for all
We wish him well in his future endeavours
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