Ko-C who recently slammed rapper, Jovi Le Monstre for propagating division and hate in the industry is now saying “divided we fall” if entertainers and investors/sponsors as well as fans cannot push their egos and pride aside to work together for the growth of the industry.
The Big Dreams Entertainment rap act uses Ghanaian music artists, Shatta Wale and Stone Boy, and their recent beef and reconciliation to preach love, unity and peace among his fellow colleagues.
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These two are Ghana’s most popular and influential celebrities who found themselves seriously beefing and hating on each other for some years now, But today they decide to make peace and together take Ghana Music to the world 🌎 I wish some of our own celebrities here get some of these good examples and understand that it’s show business not family matter so as not to take some certain things in the industry too personal for a lengthy period of time but instead use it at times to our own advantage and take this Industry to another phase. HATE has never built anything positive or foster Progress But LOVE Has. Actually its a Good thing to keep the fans entertained But at the Back of our minds LET LOVE LEAD ❤️❤️❤️ TOGETHER WE STAND DEVIDED WE FALL ✊. God Bless our Entertainment Industry 🙏🏾 God bless Cameroon 🇨🇲 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾
Back in April, rapper Ko-C slammed his fellow musician Jovi for always looking down on young rappers and constantly wanting to take credit for things he may or may not have done or said. Jovi, of course replied with more nasty words but most of all, he referred to Ko-C as a copycat to Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie. See More…
When a fan called out Ko-C (under his recent IG post) for disrespecting Jovi in April, the rapper replied, “we still love him”.