Ghanaian rapper Edem has lashed out at George Britton for saying that the music industry will be dead if not for the likes of Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy.
George Britton who is also the former manager of Keche recently revealed in an interview on Joy Prime that the Ghana Music Industry would have died if not for the creativity and consistency of Shatta Wale, Sarkodie and Stonbwoy.
Reacting to this, Edem in a long Facebook post quizzed why George Britton will make such an absurd statement.
He wrote: “George M. Britton some times u talk and I wonder if you really analyze before going on Pundit show..How can u say if three artiste leave an industry it would collapse…First of all creative industry thrive on money not talent..That’s why people without talent can blow with money..U claim y’all made 500k out of a signed contract but we no see nothing…..when the biggest financier left the business where most of the names u mentioned were signed it didn’t collapse..There are variables in showbiz.. 4syte can make another big name Charterhouse can give another act a platform. Don’t just dey get up and talk Cos them book you for show my g”.