Ghanaian rapper Samuel Adu Frimpong, better known by his stage name AMG Medikal, has praised Ghanaian YouTuber Kwadwo Sheldon on social media.
Kwadwo Sheldon claims he has made a significant contribution to the growth and development of the Ghanaian music business.
Kojo Sheldon does a lot for our music industry 💯— EL CHAIRMANO (@AmgMedikal) May 29, 2022
This follows Kwadwo Sheldon’s frequent backlashes for his harsh and disrespectful statements on challenges in the music industry.
Regardless of his insensitivity, a few Ghanaians believe Sheldon’s opinions and degree of competence un the music industry have pushed the sector to the global stage and helped numerous singers improve their skill.
Meanwhile, Medikal has resorted to Twitter to express his discontent with the activities performed by Criss Waddle, his former boss and buddy.
Medikal denied reports that he released his current song “Letter To My Ex” on the same day that Criss Waddle released his first single from his next album, “Take Me Back,” starring Stonebwoy, in a sequence of tweets.
Medikal explained that he met Criss Waddle at Coco Vanilla and got along well with him, so hearing these claims from him rips his heart and puts their friendship in jeopardy.
He also chastised Criss Waddle for not returning his calls to settle their problems, prompting him to vent his frustrations on Twitter.
The former AMG Business signee also berated Criss Waddle for refusing to reach out to him to settle scores, adding that he has been loyal to him from the scratch of their friendship. thus he feels disappointed about Criss Waddle’s actions.