After reports that Ghanaian hilplife act Castro is feared dead after drowning whiles jet skiing with alleged girlfriend Janet Bandu, there has been comments from various personalities; one of whom is Shatta Wale.
In an update on social media, the ‘Dancehall King’ stated that the “industry [Ghana Music] makes artiste feel like poppers” citing that musicians are not paid well.
Below is the full comment from the dancehall act:
When don’t blame anybody but will blame this industry that makes artiste feel like poppers. This industry killed Terry Bonchaka because he wasn’t paid good enough to even afford a better car, now Castro is also dead all because he trusted his brother (Asamoah Gyan) who would have made him a better star in the near future, because our industry wasn’t making him, he was pushing himself to the top..May our great God set peace in your soul..Will always love u..#Castro
Story by: Yaw Sarpon
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It is currently no news that hiplife group, Praye is no more. As a result, many have expresssed divergent views on the group’s demise.
One of such persons is sound engineer, Roro who in an update sounds a bit mockery of the situation said he would like to join the group and hope he gets the job.
I’ve been thinking of joining the group praye since praye tintin left.im sending in my application hope im given the job.
Oh! Yawa so Roro you only decided to work with them after the group collapsed. What an irony!
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