Pop star D-Black has reacted to a petition sent to the IGP to arrest him over his song ‘B3 Gye’ because it’s a profane song and it’s preventing the president to create jobs.
Per what the person wrote, the song of D-Black is spoiling the unemployed youths and it’s also preventing the president Nana Addo and Ken Ofori Atta from creating jobs hence the IGP should invite D-Black to his office.
D-Black upon seeing the petition sent to the IGP shared some videos of where he took the song from to prove that it’s not profane and neither is it the reason why the president and Ken Ofori Atta can’t create jobs for the youths.
According to D-Black, these people want him to go to prison like Shatta Wale and Medikal but the song is not profane as they think rather it’s for kids and this even shows the person who wrote this is a bad boy/girl to have bad thoughts after hearing ‘wo tu’ and ‘b3 gye’ in one sentence.
D-Black only jumped on the trend to make something good out of it and make it official but some spoilt brats who think it’s profane have petitioned the IGP to invite him over since his song is preventing the president from creating jobs.
He then appealed to the IGP not to mind those trying to see him behind bars just because they have bad thoughts to think his song is profane. The question is, is there a law against profane languages in songs or profane songs in Ghana?