Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko known in Showbiz as Obrafour has revealed that, there was no need for him to be on Kofi Kinaata’s award winning ‘Susuka’ song because Kinaata had done it all and the song was perfect without him on it so there was no need for him to be the song.
Speaking to Nana Osei on Connect FM’s Entertainment Review this morning (Friday 4th August, 2017), Obrafour said he was sent the ‘Susuka’ song by Kinaata’s Manager to listen to it to write his verse as a featured Artiste.
According to Obrafour, “When I listened to the song, I saw how perfect it were and there was no need for me to be on it. Sometimes God does things in mysterious ways. It will not always be a person like me to be on a song to make it a hit. The song was a hit song already when I listened to it and there was no need for me to be on it. I hope they now understand what I mean.”
Earlier, there were controversies about Obrafour snubbing Kinaata when he contacted him to be featured on ‘Susuka,’ but Obrafour said it was not the case as it is in the media.
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