Ghanaian rapper, Strongman, has said that he does not respond to trolls on social media anymore.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, Tuesday, the rapper mentioned that after all his years of experience in the music industry, he has realised trolls come with the job he is saddled with.
“I don’t reply, I don’t block, I don’t do anything again. Now I am used to it. I now term it as an occupational hazard,” he said.
The rapper has been a victim of social media trolls since his introduction into the music scene in 2012 after he won the maiden edition of hip hop reality show, “The Next Big Thing In Gh Hip-hop”.
According to him, his experiences while at Sarkcess Music and his ‘beef’ with Medikal, played a major role in building his mental toughness.
Strongman, born Osei Kwaku Vincent, left Sarkcess Music, which is owned by award-winning rapper, Sarkodie after 2 years of being with the record label. This was revealed in a statement signed by Sarkcess Music.
He said, “after two ‘beefs’ and Sarkcess Music, I should be strong and used to it. I have not blocked anybody in the past 3 years. I don’t block anymore,” he added.
Strongman is a Ghanaian rapper who has featured other Ghanaian music giants like former record label mate Akwaboah, Sarkodie, Kelvyn Boy and many others.
He is currently promoting his latest single, titled, ‘Nhyrah’, which features Akwaboah.
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