‘Edem Sleeps A Lot, That’s Why He’s Not On Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy And Sarkodie’s Level’- George Britton Spits Fire On Edem

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Ghanaian blogger and artists manager, George Britton is fighting Ghanaian rapper Edem over ‘Ghana music will collapse without Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie’ comment he (George) made.

A few days ago, George Britton, in an interview with KMJ on Joy Prime’s Showbiz Now, said the music industry revolves around Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy and added that their absence will collapse the industry.

His comment angered rapper Edem who wrote an essay on Facebook to school him on his flawed theory.

After Edem’s message got to him, George Britton has returned to open more fire on Edem with blunt and straightforward attack.

The former manager of Keche said Edem is a great rapper who has all the potentials of the aforementioned artists but he sleeps too much.

He said as a fan and a blogger, he wants Edem to sit and analyze his growth as an artiste so the media can push him further instead of being lazy.

See his post below:

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