Despite assertions that some artists consult oracles or deal in ‘juju’ in a bid to ‘kill’ competition or to derail the efforts of their colleagues, musician, Flowking Stone, says he cannot be a victim.
According to the rapper cum biochemist, God’s protection is abound so when the wicked comes upon him, they would stumble and fall, a reason he fears no evil.
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“There is this guy who was on Pluzz FM. He said a number of things including going to Benin and finding out that my CDs had been buried by certain people. It’s real; people do that but it’s spiritual so nobody can actually give evidence. I don’t really care. I don’t care because I pray and I know God is on my side. But there are people who fade away because of these things. It’s real. It’s in football, boxing, even in schools. It’s everywhere,” he noted.
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There have been a number of occasions where some people in the arts have accused colleagues of attempting to bring them down while others who go missing blame their downfall on colleagues who they claim take them to spiritualists to jeopardise their careers.
Interestingly, these personalities fail to mention names of the accused but Flowking Stone says issues of spirituality must be treated as such.
Flowking Stone is set to release another masterpiece titled, ‘Real Talk’.
The song, produced by Tubhani Music, is expected to be out on Friday, January 26, 2018. It touches on a wide range of issues, including ungratefulness on the part of musicians towards disc jockeys, activities of nomadic herdsmen, witch-hunting and unpatriotic posture of some Ghanaians.