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‘Total Cheat’ song not an insult to women – Fancy Gadam

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Award winning artiste, Ahmed Mujahid Bello known in showbiz as Fancy Gadam has said his latest songtitled ‘Total Cheat’ that features Sarkodie is not an insult to women.

The song ‘Total Cheat’ since its release this year has received lots of criticisms from the general publicespecially women who raised concerns that Fancy Gadam’s song is an insult to women and especially ‘born ones’.

But Speaking to Bolgatanga-based A1 Rdio, Fancy Gadam said his song is not an insult to women but rather was concentrated on the realities of life.

He said what he talked about in the song is reality and is meant to advice ladies who indulge in such acts to desist from it.

When questioned whether he has been in a relationship with a ‘born one’ as he referred to them in his song as, he said ‘absolutely no’.

“Every song has a concept and that is my concept. The song talks about ladies who deceive and lie about their looks and love life,” he explained to Lexis Drive, host of A1 Radio’s Sunset Drive.

He pleaded with ladies who have children but are unmarried not to take his song personal.

Fancy Gadam is currently embarking on a nationwide tour to solidify his presence in the Ghana Music Industry.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links.

Reach me via Email: [email protected]

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