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A Plus reveals the sad reality of Ghanaian legends; details will shock you

Kwame Asare Obeng known in showbiz as A Plus has made a rather disturbing assertion about Ghanaians regarding, the culture of appreciating distinguished persons in the country.

His remark follows the claim by legendary rapper Reggie Rockstone that Ghanaians do not cherish achievers from their own country, but hype foreigners of same status.

A Plus believes the lack of respect for individuals who have distinguished themselves in our society is a deep-seated trait in Ghanaians.

“Perhaps it is cultural. When we were children, we saw our mothers keep priceless kitchenware under lock and key. It was only used to serve visitors. Ghanaians embrace foreigners over their own people. So, claims by Reggie Rockstone that we do not appreciate our own is the candid truth,” the musician and political commenter said on United Showbiz.  

A Plus indicated that notable persons like people like Asamoah Gyan, Stephen Appiah, Sammy Kufour with their stature in football should be ‘idolized’ but people speak ill of them.

“I presume the issue is spiritual because the same issue was expressed by ace musician Daddy Lumbar in the song ‘Yen Tie Obia’.  As the opening lines of the song say [I killed myself for people yet they failed to acknowledge what I did for them]. I do not know what we can do about it. So I advise that do not expect that after you have done so much in this country, people show you love back,” A Plus said.

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