Founder and Chairman of the ‘Last Two Music Group’, Edward Nana Poku Osei known in showbiz circles as Da’ Hammer has lashed former aide to the Chief of Staff, Alhaji Haruna following the latter’s comments that celebrities above 30 years and unmarried are “prostitutes” and “irresponsible”.
Alhaji Haruna’s comments came in the wake of various Ghanaian celebrities’ tweets voicing their displeasure as regards the current power fluctuations facing the country.
He added that the NDC government would not pay heed to the voices of people who have “their mind[s] upside down and they don't sound reasonable again' because of the 'the prostitution that they are engage[d] in”.
His statement has been described by a section of the public as uncalled for. Da’ Hammer adds his voice to the backlash describing Alhaji Haruna as either, “extremely brilliant and camouflaged this dangerous msg [message] with a petty prostitution attack on celebrities, or he's extremely stupid and has no control over the English language.”
He has therefore called on the party officials to dissociate themselves from former aide to the Chief of Staff’s comments.
Founder and Chairman of the ‘Last Two Music Group’ posts on Facebook: “Can't believe ppl are glossing over the gravest part of the halidu post... Clearly this guy is effectively mocking the docility of the populace. The prostitution factor is far from the insult.
His real insolence was evident whn he said "we can say all we want our mouth no be gun", he's clearly exposed his mindset as in "say all u want, we're pretty sure this can't lead to an overthrow anyway". Really, This is your response to a peaceful protest on social media.
Well either this guy is extremely brilliant and camouflaged this dangerous msg with a petty prostitution attack on celebrities, or he's extremely stupid and has no control over the English language. Either way the NDC needs to do damage control and publicly disassociate themselves from and condemn his statement now! ”