Edem reacts to Kwaw Kese being attacked by SM fans at Reign Concert
Ghanaian musician Denning Edem Hotor known by the stage name Edem has shared his view on the unfortunate incident that happened to Kwaw Kese at the Reign Concert.
According to Edem, he would have reacted differently if he encountered such an incident on stage.
The rapper explained that he would have spotted some of the guys who threw the bottles at him and also attacked him.
The “Toto” hitmaker further stated that he would never abandon the stage if such a thing happens to him but he will just spot the person and also attack him.
Edem also added that Shatta Wale’s fans should have known that the fact that Kwaw Kese was allowed to perform that night, it means he has no problem with Shatta Wale.
According to Edem, it was unnecessary for the fans to have acted in such a manner.
“I will spot one of the guys in the crowd who threw a bottle at me and smash the head of that person back with the bottle. I will make sure I will identify one of those who threw a bottle at me and slap that person.
If Shatta Wale allowed Kwaw Kese to perform at his album launch then it should tell you that they’re not at war with each other as the fans perceive. It means they don’t have a problem with each other. So why should the suppose fans be angry.
After smashing the person then I will go back and perform, I won’t abandon the stage performance. As a professional artist, you must have thick skin and always be prepared for instances like this”, Edem expressed.
This comes after the Kwaw Kese, who was a guest artist at Shatta Wale’s concert was attacked by some of his fans while performing on stage.
Some fans of Shatta Wale who weren’t pleased about Kwaw Kese performing at the concert threw bottles at him.
It can be recalled that Kwaw Kese and Shatta Wale haven’t been on good terms lately which even resulted in both of them recording diss songs for each other.
However, after this incident, Kwaw Kese disclosed that he will no longer attack or diss Shatta Wale as they are currently on good terms.