Let us promote Supa - Iwan urges Ghanaians

Let us promote Supa - Iwan urges Ghanaians

- Iwan has intimated that many artistes in Ghana are dug addicts

- He has called on Ghanaians to support Supa

Dancehall and reggae artiste, Abdul Razak Issahaku, known in showbiz as Iwan, has disclosed that many musicians in Ghana are drug addicts.

Though the New Town-based singer failed to mention names, he is of the view that artistes in Ghana are on drugs.

Iwan made this known in an interview on Zylofon FM, where he was reacting to claims that viral sensation Supa known as Ghana 2Pac is a drug addict.

Let us promote Supa - Iwan urges Ghanaians

Supa popularly known as Ghana 2Pac
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According to Iwan, Ghanaians must promote Supa rather than pulling him down.

So many artistes are drug addicts in Ghana. Let us a stop that and promote him (Supa),” he said.

“If Supa is a crazy person it is nothing let us promote him. We have seen the likes of Kuli Bob, who was nobody. Kuli Bob was worse than Supa.”

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Supa, who is an upcoming artiste has taken over social media in recent weeks with videos of his raps going viral.

Indeed, Supa gained the attention of many Ghanaians after rapper Sarkodie appeared to have endorsed him in one of his tweets.

Iwan is currently promoting his new album titled “we are gods.’

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His new album which is his seventh album was released on his birthday September 12.

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