E.L. Sends ‘Sweet’ Message To Gasmilla For Claiming Ownership Of Azonto In Ghana

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Ghanaian rapper/sound engineer Elom Adablah, popularly known as E.L. has finally reacted to Gasmilla‘s claims that he is the ‘father/originator’ of Azonto music and dance in Ghana.

In a very simple tweet, E.L. stated that it is quite funny that an agenda that is aimed at making the music industry more fun has been turned into a competition by the likes of Gasmilla

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He also pointed out in the tweet zionfelix.net has come across that Azonto music is not the property of any one individual in the industry but one that belongs to everybody in Ghana.

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The “Efa Wo Ho Den” hitmaker ended by stating that all the hostilities Sarkodie and himself have received in the last few days are needless because the whole Azonto music/dance agenda is big enough to accommodate everybody.

“Funny how y’all wanna turn this into a competition. Azonto Music does not belong to any single musician or any such group, it is the property of the GHANAIAN people. And it is big enough to Share. No hostility needed.#Agenda“, he tweeted.

See his tweet below

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