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Ghanaian rapper, Joey B has recounted how he use to buy second hand clothes from his collegue musian Kofi Mole.
In an interview with Kwaku Manu, Joey B has shared his memories with Kofi Mole in the past. He said during the time he was an upcoming musian, he usually go to the Kantamanto market in Accra to buy second hand clothes from Kofi Mole.
He added that, when ever he goes there, Kofi Mole used to tell him that he was his fan and he listens to his songs alot. He said at times Kofi Mole will tease him saying that he should be going to boutiques to buy clothes instead, and he will reply to him that he will soon become a star and stop buying second hand clothes.
The rapper continues that, years later after he became a star, he went to Accra mall to perform and after his performance, he was told that someone wants to see him. He said he couldn't believe what he saw, the guy whom he use to buy second hand clothes from was now a musician and has changed totally. He said he hugged him and he almost shed tears during that emotional moment.
" it was a very emotional moment for me and i would have even shed tears because i was moved by how a second-hand clothes dealer had risen to become a music star". Joey B said.
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