- Kwaw Kesse questioned the musicians who didn’t talk about the chamber and asked if they use their status for positive change.
- Kwaw Kesse described those musicians as stomach musicians.
Award winning Ghanaian hip-life musician, Emmanuel Botwe popularly known as Kwaw Kesse has expressed his disappointment in the musicians who didn’t support the harsh tag #DropThatChamber which was trending sometime last week.
The evidently furious musician queried what they use their statuses for in society.
The legislative arm of government agreed to construct a new 450-seater chamber which was supposed to cost the country $200 million. Ghanaians the world over poured in their concerns for how expensive the project was and started a harsh tag on social media, #DropThatChamber which got notable celebrities talking about it. Since then, the law makers have dropped the idea of constructing the new chamber.
The Dondo hit maker after the dust has settled doesn’t seem okay with his colleague musicians who didn’t contribute their quota to help stop the agenda of the law makers. In a tweet he posted, he called them stomach musicians and hooted at them for not helping the course of adding their voices to the masses.
Read post below;
“if u claim to be a musician, youth leader or celebrity and can’t use ur position to affect positive change in your community or Ghana as a whole then f*ck u. Shame to those stomach musicians who said they won’t listen.
Some of us spoke and now they’ve “dropped the chamber”.