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KiDi comments on previous abuse on social media: “I’m not proud of myself”

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KiDi comments on previous abuse on social media: "I'm not proud of myself"

KiDi, a Ghanaian singer-songwriter, has stated that he is not proud of his previous trolling.

He exploited his social media platform for trolling at a young age. “I was probably 19, 20,” he says. Social media was not always what it is today. You come to social media to speak trash and go on with your life.”

He expressed sorrow for his actions, noting that such events educate and grow you.

“I take full accountability and responsibility for that. I’m not proud of that but I’ve come to also realize that the people we are right now, however old you are, is not how you came into this world. There’s a lot of experiences you’ve gone through to learn and grow to become the adult you are,” he stated.

In an interview with Cookie Tee on TV3 on Friday, July 28, 2023, the ‘Touch It’ singer pointed out that he had to learn the hard way from the experience though it has shaped who he is today. For him, what he did was done during his “foolish youthful days”.

“Unfortunately, this was my foolish youthful days but I went through that and I’m proud that I’m no longer this kind of person. I’ve had to learn the hard way that this is unacceptable and I’m happy with the man that I am right now because I am a great guy,” he mentioned.

When asked to counsel individuals who continue to indulge in such activities, the VGMA 2022 artiste of the year stated that certain people had to go through specific ordeals before learning; no amount of advice would work.

“‘Wob3 nnyin ab3 tu’ (meaning you’ll grow to come and see). There are a lot of things in life that you can never advise anybody on; they have to meet it themselves and learn from it. I’m of that view. If they don’t experience it for themselves, they won’t learn,” he indicated.

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‘He’s a genius,’ Wyclef Jean compliments Stonebwoy following their meeting

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""A genius is someone who can drive a generation forward. And long after you've left. Can that generation continue to go forward? That is why I believe he is a genius. I've been watching him for a very long time. "He has moved Africa forward," he stated.

Wyclef Jean, a Haitian-American singer, has professed appreciation for Ghanaian dancehall performer Stonebwoy.

Wyclef Jean brought Stonebwoy to his New York residence when he was on his American tour.

In a social media video, Wyclef praised Stonebwoy for his huge contributions to African music, noting that “he is a genius.”


“Extremely gifted. Not even skill; how can I describe genius? Because I am a genius. I do not define genius. You are not everlasting, and you are following trends. That is not what makes you a genius.

“”A genius is someone who can drive a generation forward. And long after you’ve left. Can that generation continue to go forward?


That is why I believe he is a genius. I’ve been watching him for a very long time. “He has moved Africa forward,” he stated.

In another video, Stonebwoy is shown teaching Wyclef Jean about Waakye, a Ghanaian delicacy, while the two enjoy their lunch together.

Stonebwoy is now on a tour of America, Europe, and Australia, which will culminate with a show in Ghana’s Accra Sports Stadium.

The tour follows the release of his highly anticipated “Fifth Dimension” album.

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John Mahama, GHAMRO, supports K.K. Kabobo’s liver illness treatment

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Barima Kaakyire Agyemang stated this in a Facebook post. "After I shared the story of veteran musician K.K. Kabobo, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the flag bearer of the NDC, donated GH5000 to him." God bless you, H.E. "The family is thankful," he wrote. During an interview with Hitz FM on February 27, K.K. Kabobo said that he received GH₵2000 from GHAMRO to fund his therapy. "GHAMRO was here and provided me GH2000 for medicine. Other Takoradi-based groups were also able to gather funds, which they contributed," he said.

K.K. Kabobo, a veteran Highlife performer, has received funding from former President John Mahama and the Ghana Music Rights Organisation for liver illness treatment.

K.K. Kabobo is now battling liver illness, and his health is failing.

Broadcaster Barima Kaakyire Agyemang, who visited the famed artist, shared the news on his Facebook page and asked for help with the musician’s treatment.


Following the news and requests for aid, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Mahama, donated GH5000 to the legendary artist.

Barima Kaakyire Agyemang stated this in a Facebook post.

“After I shared the story of veteran musician K.K. Kabobo, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the flag bearer of the NDC, donated GH5000 to him.” God bless you, H.E. “The family is thankful,” he wrote.

During an interview with Hitz FM on February 27, K.K. Kabobo said that he received GH₵2000 from GHAMRO to fund his therapy.


“GHAMRO was here and provided me GH2000 for medicine. Other Takoradi-based groups were also able to gather funds, which they contributed,” he said.

The veteran musician requested further help, claiming that he pays GH3000 for hospital tests and medicines each time.

The general public may also help the veteran musician by donating to the number 0242112136 under the name Kobbena Kwakye Kabobo.

K.K. Kabobo is a well-known highlife artist whose most popular songs include ‘Onyame Ahu Wo’, ‘Nyatse Nyatse Girl’, and ‘Running Away’.

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Lil Win releases video of Ramsey Nouah, Victor Osuagwu, and Charles Awurum filming on set

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The John and John actor shared the joy on his Facebook page, posting a small video of Ramsey Nouah, Victor Osuagwu, and Charles Awurum dressed as law enforcement agents on the scene. At the time of this article, the 14-second clip, captioned "A very big movie is coming," had received over 17,000 likes and 1000 comments.

Ghanaian actor. Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as Lil Win, has posted a video on social media depicting Nollywood actors Ramsey Nouah, Victor Osuagwu, and Charles Awurum at a filming site in Ghana.

The trio is part of a star-studded ensemble filming sequences for Lil Win’s highly anticipated film, “A Country Called Ghana,” in a small village in the Ashanti region.

The John and John actor shared the joy on his Facebook page, posting a small video of Ramsey Nouah, Victor Osuagwu, and Charles Awurum dressed as law enforcement agents on the scene.

At the time of this article, the 14-second clip, captioned “A very big movie is coming,” had received over 17,000 likes and 1000 comments.

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