Master Mind: Bandana’s Failed Attempt to Seek Public Attention
After spending over 2000gh (20million Old Ghana Cedis) on voting in an attempt to win the Reggae Song of Year at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2013, confused dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale formerly Bandana took to media to exhibit his madness and displeasure at the organizers of the event, Charter House.
Right after Kaakie was announced winner of the Reggae Song of the Year, beating Bandana, Blakk Rasta, Eazzy, Knii Lante and Samini, Bandana posted a tweet saying “F**k Ghana music industry, F**k charter house and I mean this from my heart .i don’t need them in any way ..big up to all Shatta wale fans.”
“F**king hypocrites, liars, sons and daughters of satan,I hope they sleep and don’t wake up.. Charter hose should used for a public toilet …..I don’t need any award in Gh or any nomination..f**k Gh music industry..”
Two (2) days after the grand event which many applauded, Bandana “Banloser” takes to twitter once again to continue his madness in one of the most disgraceful approaches on any social media.
Bandana and his management team last night allegedly created a fake twitter account of Kaakie with the handle @kaakieofficial with the same name and details as the official Kaakie account @kaakieGH just to make a “fool” out of fans.
The fake Kaakie handle kicks start the action by tweeting a link to Kaakie’s Kaakit Up tour date which scheduled to take off in Tamale on Saturday May 25 and a link to kaakie’s facebook fanpage.
The handle later on switched gears to insanity, starting off by retweeting Bandana’s earlier diss to Kaakie. Knowing what they were about the two (2) handles exchanged insults for a while which later attracted public attention.
The fake handle among his numerous tweets includes “@BandanaWale you are very stupid to put dat thing they call mouth on Samini, yur not his type u knw where u belong , dirty goat”
Bandana replied to this with “@KaakieOfficial a sure say ur house dictionary no deh der yea…you and samini all suck ya moda…a wha do u..”
It’s obvious this was an attempt to tarnish the hard earned image of Kaakie and seek public attention.
I must confess, Bandana’s song “Dancehall King” and “Alqaeda” are doing amazingly well on the streets and ghettos of Accra. A bit of self-respect will go a long to enhance his brand.
Story by Fiifi Adinkra