-Kwabena Kwabena says the music industry has now become dangerous and “cold”
-His concerns follows the death of hip-life singer, Ebony Reigns
-Kwabena Kwabena alleges that some musicians are planning the downfall of others and this calls for increased spiritual protection
George Kwabena Adu, popularly known as Kwabena Kwabena in the showbiz circle, has said the Ghana Music Industry is no more safe.
To him, there is “too much hate” which is making the industry ‘dangerous’ and ‘cold’, according to a report by Modernghana.com.
Kwabena Kwabena revealed that the industry is now full of people whose main agenda is pull others down, and this is making him very afraid.
His comments come in the wake of the many prophecies that foretold the death of the late dancehall ‘queen’, Ebony.
Kwabena Kwabena also claimed that there are many 'bad people' in the industry and so it was time all musicians got themselves spiritual protection.
According to the ‘Tua Mu Daa’ hitmaker, he personally believes in prophets and prophecies.
Therefore, staying in such a “dangerous industry“ means one needs to take his or her spiritual protection very seriously.
“I am spiritual. If I say I am spiritual, I mean I believe in prophesy and I believe in the men of God to pray for you in everything that you do,” Kwabena Kwabena said.
“I know what I am talking about, there’s so much hate, there’s no love, no togetherness and respect," Kwabena Kwabena lamented.
The musician was in the news recently for saying that he would reveal a newly-acquired tattoo in honour of his manager, Frema Ashkar, who is rumoured to be the cause of his two divorces.
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