‘I Need New Haters, The Old Ones Have Started To Like Me’- Bisa K. Dei

Bisa K.Dei has shockingly claimed he needs new haters in his life since the old ones who kept jabbing him from all angles have become his friends now.

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Now, we say shockingly because the Highlife and Afrobeat star is one of the most trolled Ghanaian artistes presently. Amongst some of the criticisms he gets on a daily basis is that he performs ‘funeral’ songs. Recall that he once got fed up with this infamous tag as he came out to take a swipe at his detractors.

Bisa had told Hitz FM that people are wrong about him because he stays true to the African Highlife rhythm and urged other musicians to stay true to their roots.

I think as an artiste you need to focus on yourself, your music and fans and you don’t have to focus on others waiting for you to achieve a milestone. I am a Ghanaian and I cannot change my identity.

I am selling highlife… the same funeral songs are winning. They try to ask me about highlife and our culture here and I think that’s another reason they chose me because I am selling my culture and the sound is authentic.

Well, it seems this bunch of trolls has become his fans now, and rather sarcastically, Bisa says he needs new trolls or haters.


I need new haters. The old ones have started to like me ??

Posted by Bisa Kdei on Saturday, January 16, 2021

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