“Ashanti’s are tribalistic, We will call them rac!sts if they were whites” – Kwaisey Pee

Article Summary

• Celebrities supporting the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) thrive in the entertainment industry.
• Those aligning with the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) face discrimination and stereotyping.
• Ashanti tribe members often exhibit superiority and derogatory remarks about other ethnic groups.
• Endorsing NPP doesn’t have negative repercussions as it’s the Ashantis who organized entertainment events.
• Ashantis’ behavior towards other tribes would be considered racist if of a different race.
• Ashantis’ negative language against the Gas and Ewes reflects poorly on their character.

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He clarified his statement by pointing out that celebrities who publicly support the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), which is seen as an Akan party, continue to thrive in the entertainment industry, while those who align themselves with the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) often face discrimination and stereotyping.

Kwaisey Pee made these controversial remarks during an interview with Ohemaa Woyeje on Angel FM.

He also disclosed how individuals from the Ashanti tribe exhibit a sense of superiority and often make derogatory remarks about other ethnic groups, particularly the Gas and Ewes.

The musician emphasized that endorsing the NPP does not have negative repercussions because, in the past, it was the Ashantis who predominantly organized entertainment events, and not supporting the party could result in being excluded from these shows.

Kwaisey Pee further commented that if the Ashantis were of a different race, their behavior towards other tribes would be considered racist.

He condemned the negative language used by Ashantis against the Gas and Ewes, stating that it reflects poorly on their character.

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