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“Talking Ill About A Nigga You Claim You Love In A Open Space”-Medikal Calls Out Criss Waddle

Ghanaian rapper, Samuel Adu Frimpong, well known as Medikal has taken to the microblogging platform to express his displeasure with some actions executed by his former boss and friend, Criss Waddle.

READ ALSO: “When I See People On Social Media Bashing Musicians I Get Pissed”-KiDi Laments [Video]

In a series of tweets, Medikal debunked claims of intentionally releasing his latest song “Letter To My Ex” the same day Criss Waddle decided to release his first song off his upcoming album dubbed “Take Me Back” featuring the dancehall maestro, Stonebwoy.

Medikal revealed that he had earlier met Criss Waddle at Coco Vanilla and had a good vibe, hence hearing these accusations from him breaks his heart and puts their friendship at risk.

He also lashed out at Criss Waddle for refusing to pick up his calls to settle their differences, hence his decision to address his frustration on Twitter.

The former AMG Business signee also berated Criss Waddle for refusing to reach out to him to settle scores, adding that he has been loyal to him from the scratch of their friendship. thus he feels disappointed about Criss Waddle’s actions.

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In other news, Ghanaian musician, KiDi has poured down his frustration about how some Ghanaians pen down harsh comments about musicians on social media without knowing how difficult their job is.

In an interview with Bliss Kingg on Starr FM, KiDi stated that musicians go through a lot of phases before putting their works out for public consumption but people always presume that the job is easy, hence they ought to be insensitive and harsh with their criticism.

He mentioned that there are times that musicians are not in the right state of mind, yet they need to departmentalize their minds just to put the negative energy and thoughts aside and open up for positivity in order to be creative with their craft.

However, he gets agitated when their hard work is meted with harsh and insensitive criticism by some of their fans on social media, disregarding the efforts they had to put into their work.

“A lot of people are not even good at their day jobs yet they will come and sit on social media and be telling artistes what to do”, KiDi lashed out.

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