Was it right or wrong for Ghanaian dancehall colossus Samini to have chastised Nigerian music duo P-Square for their ‘Alingo’ dance?
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior popularly known in showbiz circles as Bandana thinks it was childish for Samini to have done a song to diss the duo. He says it will be difficult to defend in the law court that P-Square stole our azonto.
He said in an interview with Flex newspaper that the ‘alingo’ dance is on its own just as ‘azonto’. “There is this saying that pay attention to your interior matters. Any time I do music that has something to do with him he doesn’t reply but saw it necessary to respond to P-Square. He has painted a bad picture about Ghana,” he noted.
He continued that: “I have been working hard to do my promotions and very soon I am coming out with my TV series and we are also working on some international shows and all that so fans should just keep calm and enjoy the good work from me.
I will like to thank all Ghanaian DJs and presenters for making the people know our music by way of playing it on their mediums, but I plead with them to play it more because the fans are really yearning for more “he noted.