Tweeps respect and salute Aewon Wolf for his honest message on SM

Tweeps respect and salute Aewon Wolf for his honest message on SM

- Aewon Wolf posted an honest message to social media which was received well by tweeps

- He spoke openly in the message about his time away from the entertainment industry

- He added that he has taken the time away to fine himself and now be starting to work on his final album

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Aewon Wolf posted an honest message to fans about the music industry, and has won fans over with it.

In the message he speaks about taking a step back from the limelight and about how he has used the last two years to find himself again.

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In his message he adds that he got sick of the business side of music and of always having to be careful of who he said what to so as to not offend people.

At the end of the message he adds that he will be starting work on his own second album now. He added that this album will reflect his current values and lifestyle and that it will be “strictly dedicated to making the world a better place”.

Tweeps responded well to the post.

Tweeps appreciated his humble attitude.

And some cried at the news that this will be his final album.

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He was even called mature and wise.

Briefly.co.za reported how Aewon Wolf had worked with big names like Sketchy Bongo in the past.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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