Somewhere in the Bible, believers and followers of Christ have been admonished to do unto others as they would want others to do unto them.
In simple terms, Christians should endeavor to treat their fellows exactly the way they would like to be treated by their fellows.
This message inscribed in Mathew 7:12 was the response one of Ghana’s finest rappers Flowking Stone, gave to a fan who asked him why he has never retweeted Sarkodie’s upcoming album dubbed #Blacklove when other musicians are doing it.
On twitter, the fan asked;
@Flowking Stone I never saw you retweeting @Sarkodie #Blacklove album. I dey feel u waa. But I never saw u do that. Meanwhile u are retweeting this. Explain why?????
Reply to the above tweet, Flowking Stone simply wrote “Mathew 7:12″…. Which reads; “Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.”
From his coded response, every reasonable reader can conclude that he, Flowking Stone, is unwilling to retweet or perhaps never going to retweet the #Blacklove album because Sarkodie never did that for him when he was about to launch his #Gifted album.
Even though this may seem to be a simple issue which needs no critical redress, we strongly believe it is not healthy for the industry. Our musicians should learn to support each other like the way Nigerians are doing presently if the really want our music industry to flourish like that of Nigeria
Check out the tweet below