Medikal has been taken to Juju by Criss Waddle- Showboy reveals in a social media post.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 2Hype Gang, Showboy in a Snapchat post has announced that Criss Waddle took Medikal to visit his juju man and have him vow not to sell him out because of how individuals tend to ‘sell out’ on others after assisting them.

Former AMG member and social media sensation Showboy who is serving six years in prison for stabbing and biting an acquaintance also revealed in his article that Waddle had exhausted Medikal’s soul by taking it farther into the spiritual realm.

He wrote

“Waddle take Mdk go juju…if mdk try sellout…mdk go die instant….where waddle tire mdk put….take it from me….he take mdk in soul enter deeper spiritual rehm inside…I say if mdk sell waddle out…mdk go vanish for street”

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Medikal has been taken to Juju by Criss Waddle- Showboy reveals

Meanwhile,Ghanaians especially social media users are still pouring out their frustrations and disappointment in the ruling government after the Finance Minister read the 2022 budget statement on Wednesday, November 17, 2021.

Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta while reading the 2022 budget statement announced new policies the government has intended to implement in 2022 to help develop the country but these new ideas were not welcomed by some Ghanaians as many keep bashing and expressing disappointment in the NPP government over how they’re are managing the affairs of this country.

As many are blaming the government for the hardships in the country, a Twitter user identified as AsepaGhana laid blames on rapper Sarkodie for the reason why Ghanaians are suffering.

According to him, the multiple award-winning musician took money for the NPP and told Ghanaians in a song to vote for the NPP because of Free SHS and Free Electricity.

AsepaGhana claimed that the words of Sarkodie in his “Happy Day” song were such bad endorsement from a big brand him and he’s the reason why Ghanaians are facing hardship today.

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