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This is why TiC is dedicating his new song ‘Forever’ to Asamoah Gyan

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This is why TiC is dedicating his new song ‘Forever’ to Asamoah Gyan

TiC has dedicated his new single dubbed ‘Forever’ to Black Stars General Captain Asamoah Gyan.

The new song which introduces, Samuel G, is TiC’s first official single for the year 2019.

Speaking on Deejay Advicer’s ‘Ayekoo’ programme on Happy FM yesterday, the music icon said, he dedicates his new song to the football maestro for Asamoah Gyan has done a lot for the country, which should be appreciated.

According to him, the reason, he dedicates the song to Asamoah Gyan is because the song encourage people to focus on their goals and not dance to the tune of detractors.

The musician told Deejay Advicer, Asamoah Gyan has done amazing things for Ghana, by making people have good memories through his magical goals, however, some people are bent on rubbishing all his wonderful efforts in the past and present, for their selfish gains.

He said, some people, are doing whatever possible to even retire him (Asamoah Gyan) prematurely, but, interestingly, Asamoah had shown resilience and the never say die attitude.

TiC urged Ghanaians to appreciate Asamoah Gyan for the good things he has done for the country.

“I can see my story in Asamoah Gyan, started music at a tender age, I hoist the flag of Ghana on many huge international platforms, but at a point, some Ghanaians wanted to retire me forcibly, but I decided not to give up. Asamoah has a similar story,” he said.

This notwithstanding, he said , he will not retiring any soon.

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Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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