“I can no longer shoot music videos because of Menzgold” – Edem calls out NAM 1

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The collapse of NAM1’s self-designed Ponzi Scheme popularly known as Menzgold has rendered thousands of Ghanaian men impotent and women barren considering their millions locked up investment.

From the look of things, it’s obvious rapper Edem is part of the victims of the situation all because of the negligence of Nana Appiah Mensah, the smartest man alive in Ghana as we speak!

According to rapper Edem in a post on the micro-blogging platform or better still Twitter, he can no longer finance his music video production as a result of the collapse of Menzgold.

So, logically, what it means is that Edem’s millions of cedis all locked up. See post below;

I can no longer shoot music videos

 

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