Award-winning reggae and dancehall artiste, Emmanuel Andrews Samini better known by the name Samini, has warmed up social media with a sweet wish and present for his mother on her birthday.
The musician took to his Instagram account and shared some lovely pictures of and with his mother to mark the celebration of her birthday.
The “My Own” hit maker captioned his post, “Today is my mum’s Birthday and I have a brand new track dedicated to all women on this very special day. Happy birthday to the woman who gave birth to SAMINI…May your days be filled with more and more GRACE from the most high and from me and all your plenty children and the grandchildren we say #akyesaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa #mamaSamini#mamapito #mamadagaati ... enjoy your day Mama. We coming home this afternoon to #tunup madd”.
The artiste in a recent video condemned the gang rape incident that occurred in Bantama, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti region. He expressed his disappointment in the youth of today for such and act and called on all ‘movers and shakers’ of society to speak against the act.
He also urged the security personnel to act in other to bring the culprits to book. To show his support to the Bantama victim and other victims of rape, the musician has released a song titled, “#SayNoToRape (Obimbra)”.
Samini is one of Ghana’s experienced dancehall artistes and has won many awards for his work. He is alleged to be one of the rivals of self-acclaimed dancehall King of Ghana, Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah.
The two artistes appear to have taken swipes at each other on social media this year during Shatta Wale’s comment on Wizkid which went viral.
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