KSM, Nii Okai Others Unhappy About Chris Brown's Reported $1 Million Fee To Perform In Ghana
 
Posted on: 2013-Mar-04        Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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It appears that ace Ghanaian satirist, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) is in disagreement with the reported $1 million fee for Grammy winning singer, Chris Brown to perform in Ghana.

KSM has described the development as a waste of money and tweeted: “wished they had invested money in developing local talent: But, it’s THEIR MONEY and they are free to decide how to waste it!“

He made the above statement in reply to Kumasi-based radio host Kojo Akoto Boateng of Ultimate Radio. Award winning Gospel artiste Nii Okay also believes it is just unnecessary to dole out such an amount to Breezy. He simple tweeted “Sua tra” which literally means copying blindly.

The Hope City Launch Concert is in commemoration of the sod-cutting of a new technology village – Hope City, proudly powered by rlg.

The concert is produced by Charter House Ghana. It comes off on the 5th of March at the Ohene Gyan Sports Stadium. R2Bees, D-Black and the evergreen Sherrifa Gunu will share the stage with Chris Brown.

Award winning Gospel artiste Nii OkaI also believes it is just unnecessary to dole out such an amount to Breezy. He simple tweeted “Sua tra” which literally means “copying blindly”.

The Hope City Launch Concert is in commemoration of the sod-cutting of a new technology village – Hope City, proudly powered by rlg.

The concert is produced by Charter House Ghana. It comes off on the 5th of March at the Ohene Gyan Sports Stadium.

R2Bees, D-Black, Efya, Samini and the evergreen Sherrifa Gunu will share the stage with Chris Brown.