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The Death Of My Grandmother Made Me Happy–Okyeame Kwame Explains

We all know it is normal for families and friends to express their grief over the loss of their loved ones. But that was not the case of Okyeame Kwame when he lost his grandmother, Abena Adwubi, at the age of 101.

Ghanaian Okyeame Kwame rapper has dropped a shocking revelation in an interview on Hitz FM. This has left some of his fans in shock.

Kwame Nsiah-Apau, known by his stage name Okyeame Kwame and nicknamed Rap Doctor, is a Ghanaian musician, songwriter, entrepreneur and creative director. Well, according to him, he was happy and even celebrated her death. This is because she had become a burden to their family when she was alive.

Okyeame Kwame was forced to make these shocking revelations after Andy Dosty, the host of Day Break show on Hitz FM, asked him whether he cried or not about the death of his grandmother. He said “I do not remember the last time I cried for being sad but when my grandmother died, I was not sad, I was happy. Although I cried, I was happy that she died.”

The rapper stated in an interview on Hitz FM that he remembered when her grandmother was very sick and had to eat her food through a tube for more than three years before she bid goodbye to earth.

The old woman who was aged a hundred and one year's old 101, bids all her family goodbye before passing away. But earlier to that, she had always been calling for death to take her away because she was tired of living on this earth.

Okyeame Kwame also stated in the interview that;

“Anytime his grandmother goes to bed, she will have dreams of her mother calling her to come over”

“She was too old that it got to a point where she could not even eat, so she had to be fed through a tube. I was happy when she got what she was praying for”, which was to leave this world.

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