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We Have Experienced Industry Sabotage and Cyberbullying – DopeNation Laments

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Lynx Entertainment officially signs DopeNation, set to release their first single under them.

One of Ghana’s sensational Ghanaian music groups, DopeNation have divulged that they have been experiencing industry sabotage and cyberbullying throughout their music career.

In an exclusive interview with Bella Mundi and Aj Sarpong on TV3 New Day, the ‘Gboza’ hitmakers emphasized that they have been exposed to cyberbullying from non-fans, which has had some kind of impact on them. However, they have decided to disregard the negative feedback and prevent it from harming their brand.

Read also: Bring back “Group of the Year” category; it’s what we stand for- DopeNation to VGMA board

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According to the music duo, “There a lot of things that have held us back and we feel like we’ve not received recognition for our work. The thing is that we are talents when the cyberbullying and the whole industry play weighs you down, you don’t have to give in, you have to protect your brand.”

DopeNation opined that they could speak for themselves and put the records straight, but a lot of times Ghanaians consider outspoken folks to be arrogant.

In the words of the pair, “It’s not that we are not outspoken, the more we get outspoken you don’t do the things the talent wants you to do. We’ve been bullied a number of times everybody knows but then it’s fine.”

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