Yaw Tog, whose real name Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, within a short time in the Ghana music Industry has gained a lot of international attention, especially after his remix with UK rapper Stormzy titled ‘sore remix’
Yaw Togg is currently a student in one of the prestigious Senior High Schools in Ghana. He is a final year student of Opoku Ware Senior High School who will be writing his final exams thus West African Certificate Examination (WASSCE) this year.
Videos and pictures of him reading in class as a way of preparing for WASSCE has gone viral on social media.
Upon all the fame he has gained and the money he has made ,Yaw Tog was seen in class seriously reading his books as his mates shout and chant his name.
Many Ghanaians were surprised to see him in class reading book. This is because most of these young artist who rise into fame at early ages are less interested in education. Many Ghanaians reacted after seeing the videos and photos.
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