Ghanaian rapper and CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, better known as D-Black, has bemoaned the exorbitant cost of living in the country.
D-Black voiced regret for applauding the current NPP leadership in a series of tweets on his Twitter (now X) handle, which were seen by 1Family Radio.
His outcry stemmed from a previous post he wrote in which he hailed President Akufo-Addo and the finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, for slashing taxes and eliminating the levy on spare parts.
The rapper, however, has taken back the compliments he showered on the administration six years ago in his recent tweet. All of the government’s actions in 2017 were, in his opinion, a ruse to curry favor with Ghanaians.
In an effort to show how the government has fooled Ghanaians, he wrote, “Chale this be wagadriii dem take catch we all. No, be me, p3.’’
In response to criticism from his followers that he had been mute on the nation’s present fiscal problems, D-Black said,
“Never quite. We are in a big mess right now. And we have to rise to make a change. Or make we move to Kenya?’’ he quizzed.