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‘Think about your dead church with empty seats’ – Appietus fires back at Badu Kobi

Appietus has hit back at Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi for saying his career as a music producer is dead.

According to Appietus, Badu Kobi should rather focus on resurrecting his dead church and not worrying about his career, which is doing just fine.

The two have been butting heads ever since Badu Kobi made certain ethnocentric comments in his church.

He had said that marrying an Ashanti woman would just be importing problems into your home, which drew a harsh response from Appietus, who called the preacher a stupid fool.

Badu Kobi also responded to him, saying he has better things to do than respond to the words of someone whose career is dead.

That has drawn another response from Appietus, who has called on the preacher to think about his dwindling church rather than him.

“My career can never die and if Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi is saying that it’s laughable because I am making money through my work,” Appietus responded.

“Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi should rather think of resurrecting his dead church over the comment he made last week. A picture circulating on social media in his church shows empty seats. His career is rather dead not mine.”

Appietus went on to list why he is one of Ghana’s greatest ever record producers and his career is doing just fine.

“Check the records, I have worked with the likes of Sarkodie, Ofori Amponsah, 5Five, Praye, Kwabena Kwabena, Rex Omar and made the money. I am still making the money and Appietus will reign forever.

“My advice to him is to focus on the work he is doing and not to create confusion by insulting tribes. I still maintain the fact that the statement he made is silly and childish and I would ask that he apologise for his useless talk,” he said.

Source: ghanacelebrities.com

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