- Flowking Stone has advised his brother, Okyeame Kwame, against running as president of MUSIGA.
- According to him, such an office would damage Okyeame Kwame's reputation
- He however called on all Ghanaians to support those in leadership, so they can deliver
Ghanaian musician, Flowking Stone has sent a word of caution to his brother and fellow musician, Okyeame Kwame, with respect to contesting as President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).
In an interview with Doreen Andoh on Joy FM’s Cosmopolitan Mix, the ‘Go Low’ hitmaker explained that such an act would damage Okyeame Kwame’s career.
He added that inasmuch as he would have loved to see his brother take up leadership roles in either MUSIGA or the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO), it was a dangerous course of action.
“I would have vouched for Okyeame Kwame to be the MUSIGA President but at the same time, I know that he is building a type of brand that is surrounded with respect.
The moment he is at that position, people will just call and insult him anyhow,” he stated.
Expanding his argument, Flowking Stone gave mentioned highlife musician, Kojo Antwi as an example of a musician whose career suffered after taking up a position in GHAMRO, as its chairman, from 2015 to 2017.
“When Kojo Antwi was with GHAMRO, there were a lot of things that could’ve tarnished his legacy.
This is a much-respected man but because he got involved, his legacy was almost tarnished,” the rapper asserted.
Flowking Stone, however, pleaded with Ghanaians to give such leaders the necessary support to enable them execute the herculean tasks before them.