Tulenkey: I’d Rather Remain Anonymous Than Openly Campaign For A Political Party

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Asked if he would do it for $500,000. Tulenkey replied, “I don’t think I’ll do it. The money is huge but I just don’t find interest in those things so I’m not sure I’ll do it”.

Rapper and songwriter, Tulenkey, known in real life as Chief Osei Bonsu, has openly stated that he would rather remain anonymous than record a song endorsing a particular political party.

In an Interviewed on an Accra-based TV station, Tulenkey revealed that his fans cut across the various political parties therefore siding with one party, to him, would feel like he has abandoned his other fans.

Asked if he would do it for $500,000. Tulenkey replied, “I don’t think I’ll do it. The money is huge but I just don’t find interest in those things so I’m not sure I’ll do it”.

“My fans cut across. Some support NPP, some support NDC, some support PPP and all that so I wouldn’t want to go and stand for one. It would be like I’ve dawged boys so I’d rather remain anonymous”, he maintained.

 

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