It is very difficult to stay silent when people are talking about you, it becomes more difficult when the people are discussing you for that matter even if they are saying positive stuff.
[img src:ig/djmensah]But when people are spreading what you know to be misrepresentation of facts, your skin will bore and you cannot hold your peace any longer. DJ Mensah finally got to that point, he had to speak out, enough is enough after all.
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The untouchable DJ Mensah after getting bashed on social media for not featuring dark skinned girls in his video with Sarkodie has broken silence over the issue. In a reply to a fan on his Instagram, DJ Mensah said…
@mimmy.y lol i used over 25 dark skinned girls in my video with Bisa didnt hear one word from yall asking where the light skinned girls are smh
The video for “Dancefloor” which features Bisa Kdei was released earlier this year, and DJ Mensah says people can be too quick to judge.
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He stated, “I will always go in for the African Lady that’s why I featured close to 30 of them in a single video. The way people can judge it’s even funny. What if I tell you dark skinned models I wanted to use in the video charged me $20,000 for appearance hahaha.” While some ladies feel disrespected, other musicians see no reason to why DJ Mensah should necessarily feature dark skinned ladies in his video.