Musician Edem has revealed in an interview that he can watch you die and not help you if he hates you.
According to Edem in the interview, he wouldn’t try to help rapper, Bismark Agbeko Yakah, known to many as Agbeko, even if he sees him dying or in trouble because he hates him.
As to why he would do watch Agbeko die and not help him, he refused to mention but we think coming from Volta and being a rapper also, there might have been issue that the media failed to notice.
He added that he doesn’t know any difference between music beef and personal beef. To him every beef is personal.
“I don’t know that line between ‘its music and its personal’. For me, music is personal so if I have a beef with someone it wouldn’t be on a song. If I hate you, it’s for real and I wouldn’t be your friend, for real,” he reiterated.
Musician Edem last week revealed in an interview how A-List artiste who engages themselves in beef carry registered guns to show for their protection.
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Registering his displeasure at the current trend of musicians carrying registered guns to shows, Edem noted that such actions have a tendency to escalate into violence in the music industry.
“Now when we go to shows, musicians are strapped with guns. At least a team member has a licensed gun. We shouldn’t wait for something bad to happen before we discourage it. I don’t encourage that because I want to be brothers with everyone,” Edem said in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Friday.
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