Lasmid apologizes to Ghanaians for “claiming to be the biggest artiste” in Ghana

The ‘Friday Night’ hitmaker Nathaniel Lasmid Owusu, also known as Lasmid has uttered an apology to Ghanaians for claiming to be the country’s biggest musician at the moment.

In an early interview on Accra FM with Nana Romeo, Lasmid stated that “he was currently the biggest musician” in Ghana.

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He recognized that his song “Friday Night,” is the greatest and most well-known in the country and that makes him the biggest musician in the country.

His haughty comments upset many Ghanaian music lovers, who also rebuked him for what they supposed to be a disrespectful gesture toward his musical descents.

Lasmid in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the Delay Show, apologized to Ghanaians who felt his comments to be arrogant and impolite.

Lasmid established that he only intended to make a serious point to his coworkers and supporters but Ghanaians did not agree with him on that and eliminated his comments from the competition.


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