There is fire on the mountain and none will tell you than myself.
If you have followed my expose on a certain socialite and organizer of the Ghana-USA sings for peace, Queen Mona, since and after her interview on GhOne TV, you know exactly what my stance has been on the supposed Ghana-USA sings for peace event.
In as much as I hold nothing against her or her event, my problem was and has been how she intends to tour all the states in America with the 20 finalists which I know emphatically (something Michael Jackson could not even do. Sorry if this sounds lame but I wonder how some young dudes from Ghana who have not finished preaching peace in Ghana ahead of the December elections would fly all the way to preach peace in Obama’s land. I mean the land Donald Trump wants to rule as president) she has no clear cut plan for, at least per the call she placed to me after alleging that I wanted to have sex with her. (A post she quickly deleted after being questioned as to where she knows me, lol)
Anyway, let me move right to the substantive issue.
Ghanaian Gospel musician and former technical director for the controversial Ghana-USA Sing for Peace, N.I.I Soul has pulled out of the event according to press release sent out by his management. (don’t forget he was a judge for the event and had his image on the promotional materials)
Well, you don’t need only a technical director to get such a project going but it means a lot for such a person to pull out at this point. Don’t forget, as I stated earlier, he is a very integral part of the project considering the fact that his image was seen all over the promotional materials.
He’s not the first person to have pulled out of the project after realizing what the real deal is.
Although the reasons sound very funny, I am tempted to swallow them as they are. Yes, it’s a press release.
According to the statement, N.I.I Soul can’t be a part of the competition anymore “due to technical and logistical issues”. I wonder what these technical and logistical issues are.
The statement further states that both parties. i.e the organizers and N.I.I Soul could work on future projects “under better conditions”.
“Maybe in the future, both parties could work together under better conditions.”
The above line of the statement makes me even laugh out harder. You know why? I remember stating on Facebook the reason N.I.I Soul was selected as a judge and used for the competition. The point seemed not to have gone well with him as he believed I was only subjecting him to public ridicule and so he hit my inbox via Facebook. What really went down, I don’t want to share but it was obvious Queen Mona and her events company was not ready to part ways with money to have a better project carried out in Ghana.
I mean why organize an audition, charge individuals GHC50 each and still cause a mess?
Anyway, I promised I will follow up and update you on their dealings till all the twenty selected singers finish touring America (At least, if I’m still alive by then).
Read N.I.I Soul’s statement.
“Due to technical and logistical issues, we therefore regret to inform all contestants of the GHANA-USA SING FOR PEACE, that our artist and technical director, NII SOUL, is no longer working with the organizers of the said above event. Our deepest apologies to everyone. Maybe in the future, both parties could work together under better conditions.”
The above statement was signed by Richard Qweye.
Anyway, I’m still holding on to the over 35 minutes audio conversation with Queen Mona as I await the intended court suit for defamation. (She believes calling her a fraud was defamation)