Halik Musah, one of Northern Ghana’s loudest and brilliant presenters, has criticized the judges of the Sagani TV Chop Da Mic reality show for what many also agreed was wrong. Season 4 of the competition, which started last Saturday, November 20th hosted Kawastone, Big Malik, and Ojah Drumz as judges.
The judges advise Salamu Jinni, Mr. Jay, and the other few to stick to the Dagbani language, which they know well, rather than blend both English and Dagbani all together, which they think isn’t helping their flow. Check out Salamu Jinni performance and how he was judged below.
A day after the first round, on November 21, Halik Musah took to his Facebook handle to call on the judges to either be specific with which particular language they want their contestants to speak or leave them to flow, for he thinks they can still get what they need from them, which is the talent, regardless of the language they use. Check out the screenshot of his post below.