Ghanaians have jeered at Zylofon Media signed artiste, Kumi Guitar for dissing dancehall icon Stonebwoy in latest track.
Kumi Guitar has not been spared on social media after he released his track dubbed ‘Gyae’
After releasing the song, Kumi Guitar took to social media to wish fans a happy new week. Little did he know his post was going to earn him lots of backlashes an the the fury of a section of the public.
His release follows the recent misunderstanding between Stonebwoy and Zylofon Media.
Earlier, He had granted an interview on www.ghanaweb.com where he did not mince words at describing his record mate, Stonebwoy as ungratefu, selfish and greedy.
According to him, the current posture of Stonebwoy is a threat to the progress of Zylofon Media and to him as well. Adding that, Stonebwoy was already Stonebwoy before the label signed him alright. Nevertheless, he cannot say Zylofon Media has not done anything for him since he was signed onto the music label.
“We have to learn to give back to people who are helping us. Stonebwoy can never say Zylofon media has done nothing for him. It was Zylofon Media that paid for all Stonebwoy’s expenses including his trips, recordings and his two major concerts which were held in Ashaiman and the National Theatre,” he said.
Many Ghanaians have however not taken kindly to his song at all. For this reason, they ‘roasted’ him when he took to Instagram and made this post;
Let’s be thankful for what we got! Happy New week fam! Don’t forget the #BetweenerChallenge is still on! Keep your videos coming. Thank you all for the love and support ??. #KumiGuitar #Betweener #ZylofonMusic? #5Star
Below are screenshots of some of the comments:
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December 19, 2018
December 19, 2018