Lynx Entertainment’s KiDi has had it quite challenging in the month of September 2022 following the decision of some unknown people to dig up some of his old tweets on social media.
Even though most of the tweets date back more than ten years ago, many netizens have not been easy on him with their attacks because of the content of most of the posts he either directly tweeted or retweeted.
The 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ‘Artist of the Year’ in a tweet he shared on Tuesday, October 11, 2022, revealed that one of his songs made a lot of sense to him as he braced himself through the recent storm.
He shared a snipped of his recent performance on Glitch Africa, where he performed his masterpiece titled ‘Blessed’ which featured award-winning Jamaican musician, Movoda, to start that he is blessed beyond any human imagination.
The past couple of weeks have been a rough and tough one.— Lord KiDi (@KiDiMusic) October 11, 2022
I woke up this morning with this song making more and more sense. I am blessed beyond every and any human imagination IJN 🙏🏽#BLESSED 🙏🏽💙 pic.twitter.com/11ZlSZ1Ixu
Soon after he made the post, former France Ambassador to Ghana, H.E. Anne Sophie took to the comment section to share some words of encouragement with him.
The French Diplomat advised KiDi to ‘stay strong, stay human, stay blessed’.
She also thanked KiDi for being there for her when she was also going through some challenging moments.
The tweet of H.E. Anne Sophie AVÉ reads: ‘You are blessed indeed but you worked hard for it. Tough times make us tougher. And it only shows you are human. That’s why people love you. Stay strong, stay human, stay blessed. ❤💛💚 and thank you for your presence in a moment that was tough for me. You are formidable 🤗’
You are blessed indeed but you worked hard for it. Tough times make us tougher. And it only shows you are human. That's why people love you. Stay strong, stay human, stay blessed. ❤💛💚 and thank you for your presence in a moment that was tough for me. You are formidable 🤗— Anne Sophie (Akosua) Avé (@annesophieave) October 11, 2022