Controversial musician and outspoken supporter of the New Patriotic Party, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A Plus has lost access to his Facebook page.
While it is still not clear whether it was a voluntary deactivation or his account was blocked by the social media platform, fans and visitors to his page are redirected to a blank screen that states ‘content unavailable.’
This new development follows his recent post on social media where he made certain harsh comments against Ewes and mocked them for apparently being envious of Akans.
“When I post something on Facebook, 90 percent of the people who come to insult me instead of disagreeing or sharing their opinion have Ewe names. Are people using Ewe name to misbehave on Facebook? Is there an increase in the kind of Ewes people, who believed it when Rawlings gave them the impression that Ewes and Akans are enemies even though he was married to an Ashanti and named his daughter after the greatest Ashanti queen, Yaa Asantewaa? Or they are just not being brought up well?,” A Plus wrote.
The post was in response to a blogger Freddy Mawuli (Diwo Fie Asem), who wrote a letter to the rapper known for his controversial take on social issues.
According to Mawuli, the rapper did not exhibit the traits of an educated fellow, due to his consistent write-ups of offensive and degrading comments on politicians, the politics in the country and on certain social matters.
Many suspect that Mawuli may have reported the rapper’s account to Facebook, hence the assumed shutdown.
But he came out to deny any involvement with the action.
It could be Facebook had received enough warnings to ban A Plus’s account, or the rapper deactivated his account himself after the wrath of angry Ewes who took his comment section to lambast him for his posts.
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