I want to support Ex Doe’s dying music career with $30,000 – Nhyiraba Kojo

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Nhyiraba Kojo

Nhyiraba Kojo, owner of Hiprash Records and Nhyiraba Kojo City has revealed that he’s ready to support the dying music career of Ex Doe with $30,000. 

According to Nhyiraba Kojo who was responding to Ex Doe’s attacking comment that he (Nhyiraba Kojo) is a scammer and he made all his money through fraudulent means, Ex Doe cannot point out any substantial thing that he’s acquired from his 22 years in the music industry. 

Nhyiraba Kojo earlier said Artistes like Ex Doe, Abrewa Nana and co should quit music and pave way for the new crop of Artistes because their time is up. This statement did not go down well with Ex Doe who made the distasteful comment that Nhyiraba Kojo is a fraudster. 

Ex Doe has replied that if the $30,000 is from a genuine source, he is ready to receive it but if it’s from a dubious means, he cannot accept it. 

Nhyiraba Kojo has denied that he’s a scammer. 

He spoke to Nana Kwesi Coomson on OC Showbiz Review on Skyy Power FM in Takoradi 

Author: Nana Kwesi Coomson (www.233times.com) @nkcoomson on Twitter 

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