Some social media fans have descended heavily on Ghanaian Fante rapper, Pappy Kojo, for flaunting what they claim is his smoking habit on Instagram.
According to many social media followers of the musician, it is unlawful for a Ghanaian adult to smoke cigarettes in public due to its damning health implications.
However, the musician who is said to have been displaying his cigarette-smoking habit to his fans for some time now was on Wednesday met with a barrage of attacks and insults by his followers after updating a photo of himself smoking the banned substance in public.
The ‘Akwaaba’ hitmaker was on Wednesday spotted in a new photo on his Instagram page, smoking cigarette to the surprise of his fans who are mainly teenagers.
This has raised a lot of concerns from many industry players whether he could be influencing young people who follow him.
Although some of his fans are already warning him and campaigning against the dangers of smoking, many feared his recent actions could lure a number of his teeming teenage fans into the act.
This is not the first time Pappy Kojo is flaunting his cigarette-smoking behavior on his social media pages.
A Daily Guide report states, the Fante rapper on March 12, 2018 shared a similar photo but covered his face while he stylishly showcased the cigarette in his hand.
But this time round he boldly advertised the banned substance on his social media page for some strange reasons.
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