Blakk Rasta is still on their necks. The celebrities I mean. The audio freedom fighters who refuse to walk their talk.
Well-meaning Ghanaians took to the streets to demonstrate to demand better governance on the 4th of August. Before the street demonstrations, there were hashtags online where citizens begun to express their displeasure.
On the day of the demonstration however, most celebrities that created awareness online were not on the grounds. This created conversation online as to why they did not go as compared to previous times.
Blakk Rasta who was in attendance did not hide his displeasure with his colleagues in the entertainment industry. He started off by sarcastically saying he was excited so many celebrities did not make it to the demonstration.
He was happy when he received attention when he arrived because he felt like Michael Jackson had arrived in Ghana. He felt good because it gave him a sense that people are listening.
He mentioned that he has made a lot of enemies in the past because of his harsh utterances and so to see people still gravitate towards him is great. Back to the issue of celebrities not joining the demonstration, he called them “Andrew Liver Salt” celebrities.
He explained it as how the liver salt is quick to get fizzy when water is poured on it and dulls down seconds after. Linking it to the celebrities, he explained that they are quick to jump on an action when it’s trending but cool down when it’s no longer trending.
He accused them of doing revolutionary actions for personal gain and other accusations you can watch here: