Hiplife and Afro-pop Ghanaian artiste, Okyeame Kwame, has denied claims he invested in Menzglod.
He tells Luv FM Drive Time host, DJ Reuben, there is no element of truth in the reports making the rounds in the media, adding his followers should disregard such information.
The ‘Rap Doctor’ was reacting to a document trending n social media , suggesting he had invested 150,000 cedis with the embattled self-styled gold dealership firm.
The multiple-award-winning singer is one of the popular Ghanaian celebrities who openly endorsed Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1) and his business empire.
A giant Menzgold billboard on the Oforikrom-Asokwa highway, depicts the ‘Made in Ghana’ hitmaker holding a piece of gold advertising the company’s business.
In response to a question by DJ Reuben on whether he regrets endorsing Menzgold in view of current developments, Okyeame Kwame indicated he would speak to those issues later when “tempers are down”.
“As we all know, the matter is under investigation and I wouldn’t want to comment and pre-empt to complicate the work of the police. So I would rather want the dust to settle and wouldn’t want to jump the gun, but will certainly respond in due time,” he stated.
“The Menzgold issue is a very sensitive one, and as it stands, lots of processes are underway to unravel the facts and truth around this whole issue, so let’s leave it as it is,” Okyeame Kwame insisted.