Gyakie And Yaw Tog Hug At R2Bees Album Listening After AFRIMA 'Snub', Earn Praise

Gyakie And Yaw Tog Hug At R2Bees Album Listening After AFRIMA 'Snub', Earn Praise

  • Gyakie and Yaw Tog have quashed reports that they are beefing each other
  • The two met at an event and hugged each other following an earlier video of Gyakie seemingly snubbing Yaw Tog
  • The latest video has been commended by observers

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Young music acts Gyakie and Yaw Tog have met for the first time after their recent video from the 2021 AFRIMA Awards.

The two were part of Ghana's contingent to the AFRIMA Awards held in Nigeria on Saturday, November 20.

In a video that came up online, Gyakie was seen hugging Kofi Jamar while passed by Yaw Tog who was already gesturing to be hugged.

Gyakie hugs Yaw Tog
Gyakie has met Yaw Tog and they hugged Photo source: @yawtog_yt, @gyakie, @ghkwaku_daily
Source: Instagram

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After the video surfaced, many were those who concluded that the songstress had snubbed the rapper and even suggested that there was a 'beef' between them.

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But there was no indication of animosity when the two met the album listening of R2Bees on Wednesday night.

The two were seen hugging and having a heart chat in the full glare of other people around.

Watch the video of their meeting and hug as shared by @ghkwaku_daily on Instagram:

Gyakie's reaction to video

Prior to their meeting at the album listening, Gyakie, who is known in real life as Jackeline Acheampong, had reacted to allegations of her deliberately snubbing the rapper.

Way to go

While Gyakie had suggested there was nothing wrong between there were some people who were skeptical.

But their meet-up at the R2Bees event seems to have confirmed Gyakie's assertion and entertainment writer Owusu Worae thinks it is a good development.

According to Worae who is the head of entertainment news at TV3, the two are young artistes on the rise and do not need to taint their brands with controversy.

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"Gyakie and Yaw Tog have been on the top stage for a little over a year now. They are doing very will and it will not be prudent for them to be engaging in unnecessary controversies," he said.

For him, it serves to benefit the two artistes if they come together and support each other rather than 'beef'.

"The way to go is to bring their energies together to support each other. It is thus a good move that they have tried to deal with the viral video and prove that they are cool," he added.

Source: Yen.com.gh

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