Ace Ghanaian Highlife musician, Akwasi Opoku, well known in the music scene as Kwaisey Pee has recounted his journey on how he discovered his musical talent when he was just a kid.
Speaking in an interview with the ace broadcaster, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana on the “Atuu: segment on UTV, Kwaisey Pee intimated that his father had always wanted him to become a footballer and he was enrolled in training at a tender age.
He stated that even though his father was a musician, he never believed that any of his children will grow up to become musicians like him, hence when he started developing an interest in music, his father was agitated by that dream of his to become a musician.
Among his four siblings, there happen to be only two musicians; himself and his brother, Criss Waddle and the rest are handling their own businesses.
As a reminder, Kwaisey Pee happens to be the elder brother of the AMG Business boss, Criss Waddle, and also the son of Agyaaku of Yamoah and Sunsum Mystics Band.
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In other news, Ghanaian actress, Ellen Korkor Asante who became the new face of the “Afia Schwarzenegger” TV series has recounted how her former employer, Deloris Frimpong Manso, alias Delay changed her life for the better.
While unfolding her long friendship with the media personality, Ellen Korkor Asante admitted that Delay made her who she is today and even became her main reason for staying in Accra thirteen years ago.
She confessed that Delay rented her first apartment in Accra after she traveled all the way from Nkawkaw to seek greener pastures in the capital city.
Gratification to Delay, Korkor claims to own one of the biggest restaurants and lounges in Ghana after she impacted so much money and positivity into her life to achieve greatness in her life.
Korkor who had earlier defended Delay against the insensitive tantrums of Afia Schwarzenegger during their social media banter tearfully expressed her undying gratitude to Delay, adding that she named her first daughter after her as a sign of gratitude to her.