King Promise Breaks Silence On Samini’s Rants About World Cup Song

Ghanaian music star, King Promise has broken his silence over Samini’s description of his official World Cup song as ‘wack

In a short but direct message posted to his Twitter, King Promise who recently announced the final lap of his 5 Star World Tour expressed his dissatisfaction at the rants by Samini, a musician he considers an icon.

He wrote; “Idols become Rivals … Sad.”

Days ago, Ghanaian reggae and dancehall musician Samini described Ghana’s official Qatar World Cup song as wack.

In a tweet, the musician who has on a number of occasions been connected to the World Cup through music recordings and performances asserted the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and its partners could have done better.

He wrote;

The tweet was after the musician had received a lot of bashing on social media about a previous tweet suggesting the GFA could have reached out to him or a few others for a better cheer song.

He also expressed shock that the GFA did not reach out to Kweku Flick who had already released a “joint” which could easily pass as a cheer song for the team.

@KwekuFlick did the joint already… thot they would have called the young man and just done the right thing. Simple. Maybe this will make sense to you. It’s not about me. It’s the track oooooo Tom. 3ny3 d3 baako s3i. But we go learn am Chale … ok bye”

Ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) outdoored Black Stars (Bring Back the Love), a new song composed by King Promise as the official song for the national team.

The song has since been met with mixed reactions from the citizens.

Listen to Black Stars (Bring Back the Love) below.

Ghana will play its first game in Ras Abu Aboud city, Qatar on November 24 at 4:00 pm.

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