Darkovibes has tweeted about his close shave with death hours ago on the Tema motorway and has therefore appealed to the appropriate authorities to fix that stretch of the road as it has gained notoriety for being a death trap.
From what we deduced from his post and other sources, the Ghanaian singer and rapper hit a pothole while puncturing his tire and nearly sent his car veering off.
“It was a very close one.” He uploaded a video of his severely damaged sedan, which had a completely shattered right tire.
Darkovibes recently asserted that his large catalogue of songs is timeless and won’t pass away, unlike other popular tracks that supposedly “expire” after a few months.
The Ghanaian singer who teamed up with Nigeria’s Davido on the song ‘Je M’appelle’ also says that particular track will linger on forever because he did that song with a special kind of vibe.
He made this bold proclamation on 3Music TV’s Big Conversation in a recent interview. He also said his previous bangers like Tomorrow, Stay Woke, and Inna Song will equally resonate with his fans for a long time.
“I think Je M’appelle is that kind of song that is never going to die.” He intimated that there was a sense of nostalgic feeling brought onto songs like Tomorrow, Stay Woke and Inna Song. When I recorded those songs, they gave me nostalgic vibes and memories…Je M’appelle is here to stay,” the singer said proudly.