Kwesi Arthur has been one of the most sought-after rappers in the world since breaking out in 2017 with his mega hit “Grind Day,” with an ardent and unyielding fanbase.
But, as Nhyira Fm’s Ruthy has noted, the relevance of Kwesi Arthur in our musical puzzle continues to dwindle, with the advent of Kweku Flick sometime in the year 2020!
According to Ruthy on Nhyira Fm’s “Entertainment Force,” Kwesi Arthur is currently struggling to recover his feet and lost fame, all because of Kumase-based rapper Kweku Flick.
Ruthy said that Kweku Flick is impersonating Kwesi Arthur and that has caused a lot of disservice or hurt, and she is not shocked that Kwesi Arthur is fading away from our music industry.
In contrast to the above, rapper/singer Andy Osei Sarfo, also known as Kweku Flick, has rubbished allegations that he copied the look of fellow rapper Kwesi Arthur.