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Samini starts controversy with comments on Black Stars’ World Cup song

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Dancehall artiste Samini has trashed the all-stars’ official World Cup song composed for the Ghana Black Stars.

Multiple Ghanaian musicians including Akwaboah, King Promise and Kweku Flick have composed their own songs, but the football authority snubbed them to release it’s official song.

The lyrics, Samini, in a tweet, stated categorically is a mess, adding that it would be a pain to learn it ahead of Black Star’s matches.

He opined that himself and a few other musicians could have done a better job had they been given the opportunity.

Samini, nonetheless wished the Ghana Black Stars success in the game.

While some have agreed with Samini, others have argued his comment is backed by jealousy since he was not approached by the sports authorities with the gig.

Tweeps reminded him of his poor performance when the New Patriotic Party entrusted him with the responsibility of composing a campaign song while trumpeting why he did not deserve the Black Stars’ slot.

In a rebuttal, the artiste reiterated that “the morale of my statement beyond politics, typos and grammatical errors remains the fact that the track is wack in my opinion.”

For those who claim he does not deserve it, Samini reminded them he has performed the official song twice; in Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010.

He was also part of the squad that performed the all-stars song which featured Obrafour and Tinny.

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