DJ Slim calls Gyakie 'lazy' and 'one way'; Ghanaians blast him

DJ Slim calls Gyakie 'lazy' and 'one way'; Ghanaians blast him

- DJ Slim has said Gyakie's songs are one-way

- He made the statement whilst commenting on her performance on UTV's United Showbiz program hosted by Nana Ama McBrown

- Slim is of the opinion that Gyakie is not talented enough for the hype she receives from Ghanaians

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Ghanaians have seriously blasted DJ Slim after he accused singer Gyakie of being 'lazy' and a 'one-way' artiste.

In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, the Radio One 105.7 presenter said the Forever singer is overhyped.

He made those statements whilst sharing his opinion on Gyakie and Amerado's recent performance on United Showbiz on UTV hosted by Nana Ama McBrown.

DJ Slim calls Gyakie 'lazy' and 'One way'... Ghanaians blast him
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Slim also added he plays Forever by the Billboard-charting artiste only because people want to listen to it.

His comments were met with disapproval from people who accused him of being a hater.

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"They'll make you and unmake you within minutes. See why Nigeria is gone far?" d.pha. dtated.

"Pull her drown syndrome."

"Foolish guy. Do u even know what music is. Ah Ghana paa. Fool," commented Outlawludacris.

Here is Gyakie's performance that DJ Slim talked about

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In other news, Ghanaian model, Abena Akuaba Appiah, has made history as the first black person to win the Miss Grand International beauty pageant. She emerged the winner out of over 60 contestants from around the world during its eighth year which was held in Thailand.

The event was held on Saturday, March 27, 2021, at the Show DC Hall in the capital city of the Asian nation. According to the organisers, the pageant seeks to empower women, and also promote tourism, and other social causes.

“As a queen, my aim is to inspire and motivate young women to be the best versions of themselves and to encourage them to follow their dreams and passions," Appiah said after winning the crown.

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"My ultimate goal is to create an organisation that helps individuals feel confident after suffering severe bullying.”

Appiah has appeared in official music videos of the likes of Bruno Mars and Jennifer Lopez.

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