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I don’t have stage fright after preparing myself mentally for it – Lasmid

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I don't have stage fright after preparing myself mentally for it - Lasmid

Lasmid, a Ghanaian artist, has said that he overcame stage fear by psyching himself up before entering the music profession.

The ‘Friday Night’ hitmaker claimed that stage nervousness is not a part of him when appearing on Adwuma Adwuma and engaging with its presenter, Felicia Osei, and explains why.

“It isn’t a part of me.” “I feel like it’s something we do frequently, so I’ve realised it’s normal for people not to enjoy your performance,” he admitted.

The MTN Hitmaker season 8 winner urges other artists to remember that not every performance receives a great reaction from the crowd.

“I believe every performer should keep this in mind; sometimes you walk on stage and no one notices. This is not to say people aren’t listening to your music; they are. “It’s normal, so those things don’t bother me,” he emphasises.

“Sometimes, some people are paying close attention to what you are doing, but they choose to just observe and listen, not so energetically,” he says. That’s how it is at times.”

When asked how he was able to bring his head in sync with this point of view, he said he prepared himself long before entering the music industry.

“Before entering the space, this is the mindset I came with because I’ve never been booed before when I climb the stage, but when I see it done to others, I put myself in their shoes.” Based on this, I mentally prepared myself so that if the situation arose, I would be alright,” he explained.

Lasmid also mentioned a few occasions where it is permissible for artists to remain on stage and perform, adding that in certain cases, you can leave the platform.

“When you’re booed, you have to leave the stage.” It lowers your morale in certain circumstances, but when you’re being booed but know your next song will cheer them up, you may keep singing. So you have to leave the stage occasionally and continue singing other times,” he explained.

Though he had not had that horrible experience, he told the story of one of his friends who had.

“One of my friends went through it, but when he finished, he was applauded.” I was perplexed since these same individuals had been booing him not long before. “I believe the next song is what brought him the fans,” he explained.

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The latest video of Okomfo Kwadee has Ghanaians in tears

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While his speech and mannerisms remain unaltered, his physical appearance and entire demeanour raise severe concerns about his well-being and mental state. The once-respected musician looks to be suffering, abandoned on the streets with no apparent support or aid. Many Ghanaians grew up listening to Okomfo Kwadee's songs and respecting his skill, so seeing him in such a position is very upsetting. Watch the video below.

A new video of the once-vibrant artist Okomfo Kwadee has disappointed and concerned Ghanaians by revealing the stark truth of his present position.

Okomfo Kwadee once praised for his ability and charisma, now seems cluttered and impoverished, a far cry from his previous self.

In a video circulating on social media, Okomfo Kwadee is seen entertaining admirers on the streets of northern Ghana.

While his speech and mannerisms remain unaltered, his physical appearance and entire demeanour raise severe concerns about his well-being and mental state.

The once-respected musician looks to be suffering, abandoned on the streets with no apparent support or aid.

Many Ghanaians grew up listening to Okomfo Kwadee’s songs and respecting his skill, so seeing him in such a position is very upsetting.

Watch the video below.

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Mr Drew snatched my girlfriend – Lord Paper

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However, he stated that he got concerned after noticing a difference in her demeanour, as well as hearing rumours from others. Finally, Lord Paper stated that he questioned Mr Drew, who admitted the truth but explained that he had no idea they were an item. Despite feeling misled, Lord Paper acknowledged Mr Drew's honesty and accepted his apologies. In reaction to the circumstances, Lord Paper decided to quit his relationship with Jane, admitting that he couldn't ignore her betrayals.

Lord Paper, a well-known musician, has spoken out about how his boyfriend cheated on him with another artist Mr Drew, shattering his heart.

Lord Paper expressed his thoughts on the situation, revealing that the betrayal had greatly affected him, especially because he had envisioned a future with his lover, whom he referred to as Jane.

He said that he adored her and intended to marry her.

However, he stated that he got concerned after noticing a difference in her demeanour, as well as hearing rumours from others.

Finally, Lord Paper stated that he questioned Mr Drew, who admitted the truth but explained that he had no idea they were an item.

Despite feeling misled, Lord Paper acknowledged Mr Drew’s honesty and accepted his apologies.

In reaction to the circumstances, Lord Paper decided to quit his relationship with Jane, admitting that he couldn’t ignore her betrayals.

While he has forgiven both Jane and Mr Drew, Lord Paper has stated that he has no intention of rekindling his romance with Jane.

The What Do Girls Really Want composer stated that the experience motivated him to work harder and focus on his profession.

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Shatta Wale breaks down in tears and kneels to apologise to Mahama

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"Shatta Wale approached me and said, 'My father, I need you to do me a favour. I said certain things to former President Mahama, and I feel terrible about approaching him. I took his hand and marched him there. It happened on the plane in public, and I have video footage that I will post. Dr. Tetteh claimed he was perplexed when Shatta Wale burst into tears and fell to his knees when he was led to Mahama's seat. He said that Shatta apologised passionately to the former President for criticising him during one of his unjustifiable tantrums some years ago. His disrespect disrupted the bond he had developed with Mr. Mahama during his campaign trip, where Shatta entertained the crowd.

Dr Lawrence Tetteh, the founder of Worldwide Miracle Outreach, has described a remarkable interaction on a plane between former President John Mahama and dancehall King Shatta Wale.

Dr Lawrence Tetteh said over the weekend that he and the two boarded the same airline to London and were seated close together.

According to him, Shatta Wale approached him and asked him to escort him to John Mahama’s aisle for a quick rendezvous, which he consented to because it was mutual between the two sides.

“Shatta Wale approached me and said, ‘My father, I need you to do me a favour. I said certain things to former President Mahama, and I feel terrible about approaching him. I took his hand and marched him there. It happened on the plane in public, and I have video footage that I will post.

Dr. Tetteh claimed he was perplexed when Shatta Wale burst into tears and fell to his knees when he was led to Mahama’s seat.

He said that Shatta apologised passionately to the former President for criticising him during one of his unjustifiable tantrums some years ago.

His disrespect disrupted the bond he had developed with Mr Mahama during his campaign trip, where Shatta entertained the crowd.

Nonetheless, in an interview with GTV, Dr Lawrence stated that Mr. Mahama completely accepted the apology and even made light of the issue.

He did, however, advise him to be on his best behaviour as a role model.

Dr Tetteh stated that Shatta demonstrated humility by accepting his error and promising not to repeat his behaviour.

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