Somewhere in the year 2016, a highly obscene music video was released which caused a lot of stir and controversy on social media.
The music video dubbed ‘Awurama’ was performed by Michael Takyi Frimpong popularly known as Lord Paper and a 19-year-old model known as Nana Yaa Jamaica.
The video depicts vivid, obscene graphic images of the two ‘making out’ in a hot romantic scene.
Following public backlash, Lord Paper and the lady in the video came out to say the music video is not real and is only acting.
But from the look of things, the erotic music video realest by Lord Paper and the accompanying controversies has cost the career of the artiste under discussion.
According to Ruthy, Lord Paper has been releasing good musical projects but Ghanaians have failed to give him the needed attention largely due to his past history in the area of controversies.
She, therefore, admonished up-and-coming artistes including Sheila Acheampong who happens to be the daughter of legendary Nana Acheampong to shun anything controversies as they will eventually collapse their promising music careers.
Watch the video below:
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