Dreaming Has Always Been Free-Twitter Attacks Newbie Hajia 4Real For Her Recent BET Awards Ambitions
By FamousGhana | self meida writer
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Ghanaian Twitter community have attacked songstress Hajia 4real for her recent BET Awards ambitions and they indicating that dreaming has always been free
The news reported by blogger Ameyaw Debrah indicated that the "Fine girl" singer was eyeing the most enviable Bet Awards and assured Ghanaians that she was going to bring it home soon.
His post read;
This seemed to have angered lots of music lovers and fans on the online platform.Some of which were indicated she was too inexperienced with her vocals to start thinking of such an award.
Others encouraged her to produce numerous hit songs before making such statements in the media space.Most people were just in shock at her statements because they claimed she was not up to the international standard
Others slammed Ameyaw Debrah for promoting something he knew will never happen in the Ghanaian Entertainment industry.
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