Ghanaian songstress Ebony's manager, Bullet, has rendered a strong response to Frema Ashkar, who manages highlife artist, Kwabena Kwabena, concerning comments she made regarding Ebony's music.
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According to Bullet, Frema Ashkar has no moral right to condemn his artist's [Ebony] lyrics especially since her own artist, Kwabena Kwabena, has even more provocative lyrics in his songs.
Speaking on her show a few days ago, Frema Askar, who hosts Metro TV's Good Morning Ghana, related that she "personally" expected Ebony to grow after a her first hit songs.
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She expressed that where one places a punctuation tends to change the meaning of the sentence, and that Ebony couldn't say that she wasn't alluding to other things on her track.
“Sex sells but beyond that then what?…let’s us see the substance in you…the quality in you …you came out with that— is that all we are going to be having? Quite honestly we are tired of that.” She said.
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Responding to Frema Ashkar on Hitz FM's, Bullet went on to highlight several of Kwabena Kwabena's songs he felt also contained profane content like "Adult Music', 'Tuamuda,' to name a few.
He went on to advise Frema Ashkar that she should pay more attention to her own artist instead of giving advice to Ebony.
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