I was born in a country where people don’t read – Blakk Rasta

I was born in a country where people don’t read – Blakk Rasta

Ghanaian reggae singer and media personality Blakk Rasta has spoken out about being labelled as aggressive due to his controversial comments on social issues.

In an interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning show, he discussed his new album ‘Salaga Solja’ and defended his outspoken nature.

Blakk Rasta stated that he often addresses important issues that may take time for others to recognize as true and factual.

He believes that being controversial is not a negative trait, as everyone is entitled to their own perspectives. The artist admitted to being ahead of his time, with people eventually coming around to his ideas years later.

Despite facing criticism for his remarks, Blakk Rasta stands by his statements, attributing his boldness to his upbringing and passion for reading. He expressed frustration with the lack of reading culture in Ghana, which he believes contributes to the backlash he receives.

Overall, Blakk Rasta sees his controversial nature as a strength rather than a weakness. He encourages individuals to express their opinions and think critically about various subjects.