The young rapper seems not to be happy with the kind of wish some Ghanaians wants to drive him into.
According to the rapper, Ghanaians are more interested in advertising one’s flaws to the world than their success.
“WHERE I’M FROM … They are quick to Trumpet your weaknesses rather than your strengths even though, they don’t really know you. GET READY FOR THE TAKE-OFF,” he tweeted.
He however informed Ghanaians and the world at large to be prepared for his yet to be released projects.
He sometime ago came to clear the air on why he distanced himself from releasing and from his post, it was a matter of spiritual attack.
But from the look of things, one can say he is fully back and ready to serve the world with hits.