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Choose Your Words Carefully Else Curses Will Follow You- Rockstone To  Young Attackers On Twitter

Source The Ghana Report

Legendary hiplife artiste Reginald Yaw Asante Osei famously known as Reggie Rockstone has warned young social media users on Twitter who take delight in using offensive words against him to desist from that impolite act to avoid heaping curses on themselves.

Reggie Roctstone, who calls himself ‘the Godfather of Hiplife’, condemning the disrespectful behavior of the youth, implored them to make inquiries on his contribution to the Ghana Music Industry especially in the hiplife segment.

Showing concern about the ways by which some young netizens attack him on Twitter, he noted that some young people claim he is poor and unproductive in the music industry.

“People say I am now poor and say all sorts of things to me, especially on Twitter. I am the pioneer of Hiplife. I am the reason Ghana had something unique to hold on to and now the young ones insult me on Twitter.”

“When people do this it is a sign of ingratitude. I always tell our young brothers and sisters that they are cursing themselves because I have done nothing but good to them. In African tradition, it is a curse.”

Making his stance on the recently released documentary by BBC on hiplife titled “The Hiplife Rewind”, he criticized Ghanaian musicians for diverging their attention to other genres of music than paying critical attention to the hiplife genre.

He queried Ghanaians for allowing Nigerians to take over the Hiplife genre in Africa.

“Our Nigerian brothers are now doing what we used to do. There is money in music now and people are making a lot of it. Meanwhile, we started this movement.”

The documentary featured the likes of Reggie Rockstone himself, music producer Panji Anoff, legendary video director Abraham Ohene-Djan, Kuami Eugene, KiDi, M.anifest, Eno, and Gyedu-Blay Ambolley.

It has since received heavy criticism from very important personalities who also contributed to the birth and evolution of the hip-life genre.

Other personalities like Quophi Okyeame after the documentary was released questioned it for not featuring him as one of the great people in Ghana who has tremendously contributed towards the success of the Ghana Music Industry.

 

 

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