Bishop Bernard Nyarko has stated that many Ghanaian hit songs are not able to stand the test of time.
The Kumawood actor made this statement while throwing his weight behind Lil Win in the never-ending "One Corner" saga.
According to him, no Ghanaian hit song can last for more than 3 months. To him, most of them fade away quickly.
"No (Ghanaian) song has reigned for 3 months. Very soon, the song will expire,"he stated.
He also claimed that there's nothing wrong with Lil Win's action and that Patapaa rather needs the former's support at the moment.
"Patapaa is an up and coming musician so it's necessary to associate himself with those at the top. There's no way Lil Win wants to 'kill' the boy. What if Lil Win rejects him in the future when he's in need? The insults are bad. Bishop says so," he said in a video shared on Lil Win's Instagram page.
He further warned fellow Kumawood actors who are inciting fans to rain insults on Lil Win.
"What's wrong if Lil Win invites you for a collaboration? If you can't collaborate, why insults? Let Lil Win's name rest. Those Kumawood actors inciting fans to jab Lil Win should stop."
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