Popular social media influencer who is widely known as JFK has finally opened up on what is going on in one of the legends in Ghana music industry who is widely known as Lord Kenya. In an interview with Kwadwo Poku on Kumasi Online TV, the Popular social media influencer and critic disclosed that Ghanaians must start praying for Lord Kenya since he is going through hard times. He added that quiting secular music to do God's work comes with a lot of challenges since the money that comes with it will cease to come to your life.
JFK continued by saying that Lord Kenya is really suffering since he is not getting the financial support he needs to take care of his life and family. Due to the hardship Lord Kenya is going through he wants to quit God's work and do secular music like what Ofori Amponsah did. Ghanaians must pray for him so he does not come back to his old life again. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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