Ghanaian hip-hop artiste, Kwaw Kese, has expressed his disappointment in Ghanaians for failing to support his latest song.
Kwaw Kesse released a song with the fast-rising artiste, Kwesi Arthur, dubbed, “Trap House”.
He asked his fans on twitter to retweet his promotional cover prior to the release of the song but his strategy failed when patronage became a problem.
Venting his frustration via a video, he revealed that only 5000 of his 350,000 followers on Twitters retweeted his tweet about his new song.
He went on to wonder why people would follow him online, but refuse to patronize his music.
In the video, Kwaw Kese said: “Ghanaians are wicked and I am sad. So just 5000 retweets it’s almost two months. 5,000 retweets, so why do the 350,000 people follow me? I don’t even know if I should cry.”
The musician, still hopeful that his new single would be popular, then asked his fans if he should go ahead and release it, despite the setback.