Kwaw Kese Should’ve Fought Back SM Fans Who Attacked Him On Stage – Edem

Kwaw Kese Should’ve Fought Back SM Fans Who Attacked Him On Stage – Edem

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Kwaw Kese on the night of Shatta Wale’s “Reign” concert and “Wonder Boy” album launch did not have it easy with the SM fans during his stage performance.

Remember that Kwaw Kese for some time has been jabbing Shatta Wale describing him as local champion and all that. Y’all know how Kwaw tagged Shatta cum Beyonce “Already” collaboration vibe as utterly wack.

Consequently, Kwaw Kese while on stage and performing his hit song “Dondo” was literally baptised with a number of plastic bottles. However, Kwaw performed amidst all the chastisement. 

Well, rapper Edem in a celebrity interview with Central Music Awards 2019 Best Presenter Nominee, Amansan Krakye, of Radio Central fame in Cape Coast has shared his thoughts about how he would have reacted if he faced similar encounter.

“I will spot one of the guys in the crowd who threw a bottle at me and smash the head of that person back with the bottle. I will make sure I will identify one of those who threw a bottle at me and slap that person.

“If Shatta Wale allowed Kwaw Kese to perform at his album launch then it should tell you that they’re not at war with each other as the fans perceive. It means they don’t have problem with each other. So why should the suppose fans be angry.

“After smashing the person then I will go back and perform, I won’t abandon the stage performance. As a professional artiste you must have a thick skin and always be prepared for instances like this”.

When asked if the incidence was a result of fans not understanding what showbiz entails or if hooligans have been allowed to fester he said

“As for the fans they’ll never understand the showbiz aspects of what we do because some of them just follow the artistes with their hearts and feelings whilst the artistes use their brains to think about the business aspects of music, so they need to be mindful.”

Historically, Ayigbe Edem as he was known in his early days made his breakthrough in the music industry with the hammer of the last two produced song ‘u dey craze’ which featured Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese.




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