Denning Edem Hotor popularly known as Edem has said that Ghanaian journalists are fond of asking irrelevant questions.
The rapper who is obviously offended by what he believes to be lack of creativity and improvision on the part of media presenters took to social media to express his disappointment on some of the old questions that they constantly ask during interviews.
Edem speaking in plain terms through his twitter handle instructed media presenters not to throw questions that put musicians in a position where they have to choose among themselves anymore.
He strongly specified that he particularly does not want to be asked such questions any longer.
“Questions I don’t want to hear anymore: Who is the best rapper? Do you think A is better than B?”
The recording artiste proceeded to advise and encourage journalists to better their craft and develop new questioners based on the fact that the world has moved forward and a lot of positive changes have emerged thus he expects all journalists to adapt to.
“It’s new dawn … interview for change.. You people have to stop asking the lame questions,” Edem added
Below is what the Edem formally known as Ayibge Edem tweeted;
“QUESTIONS I DON’T WANT TO HEAR ANYMORE
WHO IS THE BEST RAPPER DO YOU THINK A IS BETTER THAN B
IT’S A NEW DAWN..INTERVIEW FOR CHANGE..
YOU PEOPLE FOR STOP THE LAME QUESTIONS #GBEVUNATION”