Gyakie, whose real name is Jackeline Acheampong, has described how she grieved bitterly after being hissed off stage by some Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology students (KNUST).

She claims that in 2019, when she wasn’t well-known in the music industry, she went to Repu Hall Week to plead to perform.

However, when she was performing her song, the sound system went down, enraging the audience to the point that they began yelling for her to leave the stage.

“When I stepped backstage, I cried, I cried a lot because what I was going to do didn’t go as planned. Some of them were yelling, but others were trying to sing along.” In an interview, she revealed

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She stated that the event developed in her a sense of perseverance, which has served as the foundation of her career up to this point, where she is adored all over the world.

Meanwhile, after being named artist of the decade, Canadian rapper Drake Graham offered some advise, advising men not to love ladies other than their wives.

Drake’s message had advice for virtually everyone, but he finished it with a nice one for men, warning them not to love anybody other than their wives since it may be very hazardous for them.

According to Drake, one should never express anger and say nothing in response to slights, but rather win respect from everyone via their actions rather than their words, not forgetting blood….continue reading

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