Ghanaian gospel musician, Cwesi Oteng has affirmed rapper Edem’s statement that industry keepers are impeding the progress of the industry.
Rapper Edem, in an interview with Metro TV, claimed that the entertainment industry in Ghana is stinking with favouritism as gatekeepers tend to make emotional rather than logical decisions.
Reacting to this in an interview with Rainbow Radio UK, Cwesi Otenga affirmed Edem’s statement, saying he is a personal victim of the mafia system being used by the industry gatekeepers.
“The mafia system really works, and Edem said nothing but the truth. I remember you saying it’s been awhile since you heard my song when we started this interview, and it’s all because of the mafia works of the industry gatekeepers.”
“I was seen as a fighter against gatekeepers, and I paid the price. I was doing what Shatta Wale is currently doing on the gospel side, and I even suffered when it came to awards because I was always speaking up,” Cwesi Otenga told Daniel Dadson on Rainbow Radio UK.
By: Joel Eshun/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana