The Insults And Comments Cannot Break Break Me – CEO of Zylofon Media

CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah who has been at the centre of discussions among entertainment analysts for a recent tweet which has been considered controversial, unfortunate and unwanted seems to have a thick skin already.

According to him, he is not perturbed about the insults and comments flying all over social media although he is open to criticism.

Speaking to Sammy Baah on Zylofon FM, the business man who has over the past year made a huge investment and mark in the entertainment industry said he meant no malice with his tweet and that he only meant well for the late dancehall artist Ebony.

“Comments and what have you cannot break me and cannot disturb or perturb me from achieving my mission. It’s a forward match….The road to freedom is rough and rugged. It’s a long road…Even Jesus Christ, people spat on his face and he had to die…”

As to what Nana Appiah Mensah meant by freeing Ebony and wanting to bail her out, he would not really speak to it.

He however sent his condolence to the family of the late Ebony and her former management including Bullet.

He asked the management meets at the right time to plan something in honour of the dancehall artist who died at a very young age.

“Let me say big good morning to to Bullet. No hard feelings. Just as I retweeted, it has nothing to do with him. They had a perfect relationship. He had sacrificed for our sister Ebony. We will contact him so we sit and talk so we agree on whatever we people can do together. We’ll do something in Ebony’s hometown be it a school, a borehole, something we can name after her just so it will be a monument that the up and coming generation could travel there to go see..”

Below is the tweet that caused the major bashing on social media.

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