Looks like the Nigerian artistes have planned to ride on Ghanaian artistes digging deep into some of their statements during interviews.
Weeks ago, one popular Nigerian artiste, Flavour revealed in an interview that he picks most of his songs from Ghanaian highlife music to make his hit songs.
Again, Nigerian Pop singer Paul Okoye of P-Square fame had earlier labelled Ghanaian artistes without mincing words as ‘dump’ during one of his interviews on WGHC Radio in the United States of America.
According to him, Nigerian artistes are too sharp and smart to the extent that they ‘steal’ most of their sounds from Ghana and make it a hit.
As for Flavour’s statement, we realized it’s a musical strategy because sometimes artistes usually pick words from their colleagues to complete their hit songs.
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The statement made by Peter Okoye’s identical twin brother, Paul Okoye has really made some of Ghanaians very angry.
But as for GhanaCelebrities.Com, we are not surprised to hear of such statements from an artiste like Paul Okoye aka Rudeboy riding over Ghanaian artistes because we see it as a clear confirmation of the allegations made against him by his brother that he is arrogant.
That’s our opinion anyway, but another opinion we observed during Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz was when Prince Tsegah aka De Don also reacted to his ‘dumb’ statement.
According to Prince, he strongly disagrees with Rudeboy’s statement that Nigerian artistes are smarter than Ghanaian musician.
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“If P-Square were smart, they wouldn’t split up. The argument shouldn’t split you up as brothers. They should check their home and for me, that’s a very dumb move.
They can’t say they are smarter than us. No one is hearing from them so he should stop blowing hot air. If we are to talk about originality Ghanaians are smarter because we create and you take to polish,” he said.