The African proverb that says if an animal bites you, it will most likely be in your clothes is very true.
Bisa Kdei, a Ghanaian artist, record producer, and talent manager, has described the abuse he received from friends he trusted.
Some of his teammates accused him of utilizing juju to promote his music career.
Bisa became one of Ghana’s most accomplished and successful high-life performers with the soundtrack to the film ‘Azonto Ghost’.
His blockbusters like “Brother Brother,” “Mansa,” and others have made him a household name, but Bisa said his own friends were spreading rumors that he was employing black magic to generate hits.
In an AdomTV interview, the ‘Jwe’ singer explained how people, including close friends, envied his success:
“I work hard, but my friends and family say I use juju to advance my career. It is best to cut someone off. This type of experience is sometimes required to achieve success in life. You will not succeed unless they are present. “