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‘Remember I did it all by myself without a Nam1’ – Samini fumes

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It seems the Ghanaian entetainment industry has inserted into a ‘beef’ term as Samini has joined the full list of musicians who’ve gone hard at each other since the start of 2021.

The High Grade music boss in the early hours of Tuesday, February 23, 2021, took to Twitter to boast about how he independebtly finance his profession from the start while attacking a number of his colleagues in the process.

In what seems as a shade to Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale who were once signed under Zylofon Music, a section of NAM1 group of companies, Samini stated he did not at any point of his profession employ the services of a record label not like a number of his colleagues.

Attacking whoever the put up was aimed for, Samini wrote:

“The living fool measures the success of a man by the size of a swimming pool Face. Living proof of the fact that depths of minds differ. A beneficiary always feels wisest until the benefactor becomes woke. Remember I did it all by myself without a “Nam1” and no one is my Don,” he wrote

Samini’s bitter relationship with Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale these days is no hidden secret because the trio has engaged in collection of banters on social media lately.

The High Grade Music boss renew his beef with the 2 dancehall artistes particularly Stonebwoy during the Asaase Soundclash in 2020.

Samini’s earlier confession that his beef with Stonebwoy and Shatta was a mere trick

Samini  earlier revealed that his rants concerning the soundclash between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy was meant for a purpose.

The reggae dancehall artiste specified that he had no problems with his son, Stonebwoy and that he only attacked him to tap into the attention he was receiving from the clash at that time.






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