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2021 AFCON: 'Clap for yourselves from coach to players, this is a shame' — Sonnie Badu react to Black Stars exit

Industry News 2021 AFCON: 'Clap for yourselves from coach to players, this is a shame' — Sonnie Badu react to Black Stars exit
JAN 19, 2022 LISTEN

As scores of Ghanaians try to express their discontent with Ghana's painful exit from the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), some celebrities also took to their social media pages to join the conversation.

The Black Stars lost 2-3 to debutants Comoros in a make-or-break Group C encounter which saw the Stars exit the tournament after getting a point out of a possible nine after three matches and finishing fourth in the group.

Sonnie Badu, an international Ghanaian gospel singer, poured his emotions out on his Facebook wall, on how he felt about the team.

He said “clap for yourselves from coach to players. You got an award, the most RED, this is a shame, I saw politics in the team, those who could do the job were sitting and those who were weak were allowed to play, sad day for Ghana football.”

Reggae and Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy expressed his disappointment in the team, saying football politics has broken the team down.

“How I miss those days when a Black Stars win will make the country jubilate all night. Town Sweet, Cars Tooting horns, flags flying high etc. Well done players, I'm sure the football POLITICS is what has broken the team down to this level.”

Renowned Ghanaian rapper, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, popularly known as 'D Black', also shared his thoughts about how sad he was following the team's loss to Comoros.

“We are last in the group stage wow. Black Stars. Just look at this. Comoros has scored against Ghana? Black Star. Oh, chale.”

The team will return in the coming days to begin preparations for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

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