Renowned movie producer, Mr Martin Aboagye, has taken a massive swipe at veteran music producer Edward Nana Poku Osei, also known in the music circles as Hammer.
Mr Aboagye descended heavily on Hammer for engaging in non-ethical practices which could put the lives of innocent people in danger.
Hammer, one of the music producers who played a very influential role in the advent of hiplife and after many years of cooking beats for musicians, the Last Two boss is now a bread seller.
According to him, even though he has not totally stopped music production, he pays more attention to his bread business than he does to music.
Mr Aboagye in an interview with on Zylofon Media indicated that the way Hammer, Bandex and Co. stand on the street to sell bread is giving credence to the fact street hawking is appropriate whiles they could have used their influence to gauge their followers to achieve best in their lives.
“As celebrities, we have followers and people who are looking up to us and for them to be doing that, we are encouraging all those people to engage in such precarious occupation,” he said.
Mr Aboagye recalled countless experiences of hawkers been killed either by motorbikes or trucks in street vending practices.
“Of course, in our part of the world, we need to survive but we don’t need to survive at the perils of our lives.”
“Am not against celebrities and influential people engaging in business but we have to ensure that whatever we are doing does not add more woes to our problems,” he added.