A Plus, controversial Ghanaian musician and ardent support of the New Patriotic Party has described the anonymous death threats he has received as 'empty.'
The rapper said that his security is his highest priority, as such the threats do not bother him.
Speaking on Accra FM, the rapper said, "I felt that…as a nation we all needed to support the change of government. People fought for the independence we are enjoying in Ghana today, others lost their lives, their properties. At a time it was even difficult to travel around the country. Some Ghanaians stood up to fight the British for our freedom and so why should I be scared to change a government through the ballot?"
According to him, every human being is meant to die eventually, as such he is not afraid to die for his country.
He divulged that he had received a number of threats on social media, however he was unperturbed, adding that he could sometimes walk alone at night because to him, those are empty.
“But whoever believes he can harm me should attempt and see what will happen. I have prepared myself. I have boys around me, more than 100 boys, and so whoever wants to attack me should attempt and see what will happen," he added.
During the 2016 general elections, the rapper was very vocal about his support for the NPP, and could be considered as among those, whose voices aided in the party's victory.