Kaywa explains everything as Yaw Berk and mother kneel to beg for forgiveness
By odarteyghnews.com | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 36 views
Highly Spiritual Music Boss, Kaywa has finally explained everything which ensured between himself and former signee Yaw Berk as his mother knelt before him to beg for forgiveness.
According to the preacher and award-winning producer, he holds no grudges against Yaw Berk but he knows there are industry persons who used him even before he came out to say it.
For him, such things are created in the industry to destroy you and there is no day he Kaywa doesn’t pray for Yaw Berk. Kaywa also added that the plan was to put them on one platform and produce a song, when the song blows, then they will succeed but the plan failed.
He also stated that he couldn’t see these young ones struggle so the little money he had, he pushed them with it. Kaywa is known for producing songs for both secular and gospel artists.
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