Tinny adviced Ghanaian musicians to learn to fast and pray and stop looking for elsewhere for power to boost their music carrier. 

In an interview with The Spectator Agoro, he charged musicians to stop looking for charms from Juju men to use against their fellow artistes, adding, “nothing from Satan lasts for long.”

Hiplife legend, Tinny, known in private life as, Nii Addo Quaynor, has admonished musicians who use charms, (Juju) to desist from it.


He noted that juju has an expiry date which would send the users to ground zero, after its expiration. Rather, he counselled all musicians to get close to God, who is the key to every door.
Tinny revealed that musicians of all genres, should learn to fast and pray to overcome the oppression of the so-called enemy.
He believes juju and use of charms exist in the entertainment industry, and urged his colleagues to be wary of some of the people around them. Tinny believes that his destiny was in the hands of God.

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