My songs are for all life milestones, in response to the troll who called his music burial songs, says Akwaboah
Celebrity trolls, who seem to be the rule of the day on social media, have made it clear that it is not a place for the weak-willed.
This time, a troll "met his metre" when he unfairly disparaged the music of Ghanaian Highlife singer Akwaboah and said it was best suitable for funerals, birthday parties, and weddings.
He called Akwaboah's music "wack" and questioned his aesthetic decisions.
The Obiaa singer, however, chose to reply to the critic's shame with great grace rather than returning the same nasty feelings and energy.
When the troll acknowledged that Akwaboah's music is an option to mark every significant moment in a person's life, Akwaboah responded by using "lemons to make lemonades" and expressing his joy.
Akwaboah continued by highlighting the fact that his music is not limited to any one genre or style, but rather, he creates a varied body of work that can be a part of people's lives through happy moments, sad moments, and everything in between
He wrote : "So you mean my songs are for all the major milestones in one's life ????????"
The Obiaa singer's statement was met with a flood of encouragement from his devoted fan base, many of whom praised his modesty and commitment to his art.
Akwaboah, a Gladstorm child Songs like "Hye Me Bo," "I Do Love You," and "Naadu" are ascribed to Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr.