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This industry doesn’t appreciate ingratitude -KOD tells Kelvyn Boy

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Popular Ghanaian broadcaster Kofi Okyere Darko known as KOD has a message for former Burniton Music Signee, Kelvyn Boy over his recent comment.

In a comment section on Facebook, the broadcaster told Kelvyn Boy that the entertainment industry does not appreciate ingratitude.

According to the Master of Ceremonies, Kelvyn Boy shouldn’t be making some comments about his former boss despite their ongoing dispute.

KOD wrote; “He needs to be taught that this industry doesn’t appreciate ingratitude”.

See post below;

This is in the wake of comments made by Kelvyn Boy who was recently axed from the Burniton Music Group owned by dancehall artist Stonebwoy.

He recently released a new song dubbed “Yawa No Dey” which is believed to be a diss song aimed at Stonebwoy.

In a recent interview, Kelvyn Boy also stated that he will play a show that will pay him just 7 cedis than perform at Stonebwoy ‘s Ashiaman to the world concert.

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