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Angry Ms Forson Reveals Ghanaian Celebrities Were Treated Like ‘Dogs’ At Backstage Of Cardi B’s Performance



Last Sunday, nobody really knows why Shatta Wale and Sarkodie- who are arguably two of the biggest artistes in Ghana, did not perform at the ‘Cardi B in Ghana’ show.

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There were so many speculations going round but none could be substantiated. Prior to the main show, a meet and greet event with Cardi B had been marred by a change in time.

However, Ghanaian female artiste Ms Forson, has given an account of what transpired behind the scenes during the show.

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According to Ms Forson, what went on at the Accra Sport Stadium was bad.

She said: “A whole artiste who was coming on stage wasn’t permitted by some security people to be accompanied by his managers and dancers.

“Only the artiste was permitted- it’s my first time seeing that. I never knew black people could be this selective.

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Describing the kind of treatment they had, Ms Forson said: “Even celebrities who were standing there, these security people came to ‘massacre’ all of us to leave the place all because Carbi B was coming.”

“Cardi B is human like any of us. She was accepted by her countrymen which is why she is who sh is today.

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She then called on Ghanaians to support their celebrities.

Ms. Forson added that: “So if we’re here in Ghana and we can’t support our industry celebrities, but we will rather support outsiders then that’s up to us.

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“And if those of us who came to watch Cardi B’s performance were being treated like dogs, does it make sense? It doesn’t make sense! Black people, this is something we should work on, let’s support our own, let’s love ourselves.

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