Stonebwoy’s ‘sister’ writes thesis to indirectly confirm OV’s exit from Burniton Music Group
I keep saying that underground or better still up and coming musicians in Ghana will continue to have a feel of real suffering characterised by total neglect taking into consideration ungratefulness written in the hearts of their predecessors.
This is because most up and coming musicians who had support from mainstream acts have proved that artistes are like chicken, right after eating, they rub their beak on the floor to show a sign of ungratefulness, the story of OV.
Back to the subject matter, Ayisha Modi, sister and a die-hard fan of the Burniton Music Group has spit fire on Okailey Verse popular known as OV after rumours hit online that OV has parted ways with Stonebwoy’s Burniton Music Group.
According to Ayisha Modi, Stonebwoy picked OV from nowhere after she won the MTN Hitmaker and has made her a star within a blink, but only for her to turn around and show a trait of ingrate. Per the dictate of the thesis put forth by Ayisha Modi, OV is ungrateful, disrespectful and has no appreciation as an artiste.
In a strong-worded message to OV, Ayisha Modi threw wild jabs at OV and revealed this is the third time OV has proven to her she has no respect.
Read below the unedited thesis indirectly confirming OV’s exit from BHiM;
Castro use to say that there are some animals that are far better than humans. I don’t know how ppl get that kind of evil heart not to appreciate the little things others do for them. Letter to OV Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow
Being thankful . . . living life with gratitude . . . is contagious. When you take the time to thank those in your life, thank those who make a difference, you set an example for others to follow. A simple “thank you” lets others know your appreciation, and it also encourages a culture of gratitude.
As we reflect on the many blessings in our lives, as we give thanks for the loved ones, friends and colleagues in our lives that give us strength and support, we are grateful for the peace and joy we share together. The seed for tomorrow’s vision is sown in our success and gratitude of today. Continue to cultivate an attitude of gratitude . . . it is essential to a great yield for tomorrow.
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others”