Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur has broken boundaries in the music industry since coming out with his hit single "Grind Day" in 2017.He is regarded as an inspiration to many youth in the country.He has over 200 thousand followers on Instagram
However the rapper was in the news today after he made certain statements about his life journey.Speaking to Ola Michael on Neat FM, He said "I was promised less than 200 Ghana cedis a month".
Kwesi futher detailed that the small amount of money was going to be given to him if he had taken a security job after he completed Secondary School back in the day.He also said he met a young man sleepling at the job premises and that changed his decision about the job greatly
We wish Kwesi Arthur well in his future endeavours and hopefully he takes his music career global
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