Artist manager, music producer and philanthropist Ayisha Modi has taken a deep swipe at Ghanaians are mourning Rudebwoy Ranking following the sad news of his shocking demise.
According to Ayisha Modi, Ghanaians give people their flowers when they’re alive and will wait until they die before they rain all manner of praises on the deceased.
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As lamented by Ayisha, Rudebwoy never received the support that would catapult him to the next level in his career.
Ayisha in an Instagram post sighted by our outfit called for a change adding that the young man deserved better while he was alive.
Her post which paid tribute to Rudebwoy read: “Why didn’t he get all this support when he was alive? We Ghanaians have to change our mindset and behavior. You will get billions to celebrate you when u are dead and gone. Shame on everyone who never supported his career but supporting to see him off to his grave. Shame on most of you. Rest well young Superstar.”
Meanwhile, a host of industry players and music lovers have paid tributes to Mustapha Rahman, who was professionally known as Rudebwoy Ranking.
Check out the post below:
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