Stephen Atubiga has fired shots at The Last Two owner, Hammer for wading into the ongoing #DumsorMustStop campaign.
Stephen Atubiga, a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) communication team is once again on fire. After describing Sarkodie's reactions on #DumsorMustStop campaign as 'a dog in Bolga market' over the weekend, the outspoken incumbent government member has fired shots at The Last Two owner, Hammer for wading into the ongoing #DumsorMustStop campaign.
In one of his latest posts on his Facebook profile, he asked the award-winning beat maker to think before he shares his views on issues in the country. He also ignorantly spoke about his inability to produce hit songs in the country and linked it to why some of his record label artistes are broke.
"Da, hammer should think before he speaks. I am not surprised he has not been able to produce any hit music in this country. Anybody he has ever produced is broke and not doing well, Da hammer needs to be in my business to revive his production company which is very unpopular," he said.
He further commended Bulldog and colleagues for supporting the youth with their music and suggested that, he should join them to revive his career.
"When Bulldog and co are producing hits all over this country and helping the youth in music production for free, you are there disrespecting and poking your nose were you don't belong. Da Hammer I suggest you join Bull Dog and co to fight for the welfare and benefits of the music industry. You producers will milk and make these up and coming musicians write wrong, wicked contracts. You will produce them and they can't even put food on the table. You guys should help ORBOWO (Obour) FIX THE GAME. NEXT TIME, THINK BEFORE YOU CALL SOMEONE (STUPID)," he said.