Dancehall singer, Kaakie
Renowned Ghanaian Dancehall songstress, Kaakie has recently dropped a song, titled ‘Sankwas’ featuring Guru and been accused of smoking weed as indicated by song lyrics.
The song which was released on Tuesday has lyrics like “Opposition want bury we. Them no know say we dey chew weed” and it was believed by music critics that the singer smoke weed as per track’s lyrics.
However, the Dancehall Queen has come out to defend herself against this controversy as weed or marijuana is ban in Ghana.
In her latest post on instagram, she corrected this wrong presumption and said she used weed chewing as a metaphor.
She composed a caption, “Weed Chewing is a metaphor. It’s deeper than you see it. Burry weed in the ground and it will grow out. The more you do, the more I survive. #Sankwas.”
So, it’s clear from her post that she wants to say that she only compared her career to weed that when they buried her in the ground, she will grow up into a mature singer (full-grown plant). She doesn’t mean actual weed.
But this is not a first time she is accused of smoking weed; let’s recall our memories back in March 2016 at the Pulse TurnUp Concert, when she asked for a lighter from the crowd and lighted and smoked something like cigar or weed on stage.
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