Vociferous musician, A-Plus, has issued a stern warning to a member of the ruling NDC’s communications team, Felix Kwakye Ofosu not to meddle in his affairs or associate him with any narcotics related scandals.
According to A-Plus, he suspects Mr Kwakye Ofosu of being behind rumours making the rounds that he has been arrested for drug possession.
News broke Tuesday that the musician had been arrested in the United States for possessing drugs.
Ghanacelebrities.com, which first broke the story said they got the information from Facebook from a post on someone’s wall which read “Another musician arrested for drugs in America … This is an embarrassment to the entertainment industry”.
The site claimed it had made several efforts to ascertain the truth behind the story including phoning him several times but they were unsuccessful with claims that he was out of the country.
However, speaking on Adom FM’s Ofie Kwanso drive show Tuesday afternoon, A-Plus emphatically denied the story saying he was nowhere near the United States but was rather in South Africa.
He said he had been to the United States recently but had come back to Ghana and only left for South Africa last Friday.
A-Plus said that the story was a ploy to tarnish his image and accused Felix Kwakye Ofosu of being behind the rumours and warned that he should desist from commenting on his issues or he would deal with him.
He described Kwakye Ofosu as a disrespectful, unfriendly and rude boy who threw his weight about and talked to people with such condescension regardless of their age.
He said the NDC communicator had become arrogant because of his affiliation with the presidency but warned him to be careful with his utterances or he would not take kindly to it adding when he (A-Plus) was an NDC student organiser in secondary school, Kwakye Ofosu was in the primary school.
A-Plus said he initially did not want to comment on the issue because he was so furious about the publication and did not want to say anything he would later regret but persistent calls from his family and friends made him rescind his decision.
He however said he was not too surprised about the story because he had seen and read worse things about him in the past.
He disclosed that he will be coming to Ghana soon to clear the air about the speculations but refused to tell when he would arrive in the country.
Meanwhile, Felix Kwakye Ofosu has told media men that he did not accuse A-Plus of peddling illicit drugs saying the musician might have been misinformed.