‘I Won’t Celebrate The Achievements Of Any Ghanaian On My Show Again | I’ve Advised Myself’ – Lexis Bill
The host of ‘Drive Time’ on Kokomlemle-based Joy 99.7FM, Kwame Sakyiamah, otherwise known as Lexis Bill, says he will never discuss anything, whether good or bad, about any Ghanaian on his show again.
This pronouncement of his has become necessary after he was taken to the cleaners by a section of Ghanaians for mimicking child actor, Abraham Attah.
In a phone interview with ScrewLife.Com, Lexis Bill said Ghanaians are too quick to judge and insult. According to him, he has learnt his lessons and wouldn’t want such a situation to happen to him again.
“Call me a fool if I ever discuss the achievements of any Ghanaian on my show. I now prefer to talk about the achievements of Nigerians. I can see Ghanaians do not appreciate the hard work I sit on radio to do. I just laughed a little, yet Ghanaians blew it out of proportion. I will either celebrate Nigerians nowadays or just play music throughout the show,” he said.
Emotionally-charged Lexis said he’s highly disappointed in Ghanaians for displaying such an action. He ended the interview by saying that he’ll soon be leaving Ghana for UK to take up a position at BBC where he’ll be paid $25,000 a month – something Abraham hasn’t seen before.