Ghanaian musician Kelvyn Boy has blasted all those self-acclaimed “big artistes” in the Ghana music industry over the coronavirus outbreak.
In a video available to societywatch.net, the Afrobeat singer stated that times like these demand that all the top artistes come together to fight the pandemic and support each other.
He said; “This is the time we should come together; All the artistes who think are the biggest in Ghana should now prove that they are big.”
He also touched on Pappy Kojo’s current situation where he is trapped in Italy due to the country’s shutdown over the novel coronavirus, and stated that he deserves support from his fellow artistes. However, no one is talking about it.
“Pappy Kojo is in Italy looking for help but nobody is talking about him.”
He further stated that supremacy does not matter at this time as both the big guns and the underground guns are at home.
“At this point, it’s not about your supremacy. Travel to the show and let’s see. We are all home. That competition has to stop now.”
He has since deleted the video after it was met with mixed reaction.
Watch the video below…