“Sebe Wele Kontomire” can not win Grammys is a dancing song for Ghanaians -Kwame Aplus Reveals
By IGNews_Trending | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 19 views
Hello Ladies and gentlemen, it's a brand new day thank God for the gift of life and thank you for clicking on my article I appreciate your time and today's topic is about the song “sebe wele kontomite” some reactions made on united showbiz of that song which has caused a massive stir online.
This Grammys awards won the Nigerian has caused huge confusion between Ghanaian artist and this was all Nana Ama McBrown the show host of showbiz on United Television(UTV) talked about yesterday and this even caused confusion between them.
When the discussions were going on, one of the invited guest speaker talked about “sebe wele kontomire” he allegedly said the song is not made for international but rather made for Ghanaians to use it for dancing and Bulldog loudly told him to stop.
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