Speaking on E-Forum with Abrantepa on GhanaWeb TV, the entertainment pundit, described Blakk’s Twitter and radio rants as “nonsense” adding that his move could go against Ghanaian musicians on the international market.
“I don’t know if Blakk Rasta is the spokesperson for Bob Marley in Ghana. He was firing left to right…I wasn’t pleased. The focus has shifted from the celebrations…I think he is enjoying it.”
Vida, who is displeased by the radio presenter’s action, described his comments as poisonous.
“It was senseless, he keeps saying what he wants to say without giving the facts because when you challenge him, he says come to my radio show but whatever he is putting out there is poisonous…here you are saying nonsense.”