The 'soree' hit maker, Yaw Tog shock his fans and many other Ghanaians as he is caught gambling in a night club atmosphere with huge dollars.
The young popular Ghanaian rapper has been on top of Ghana's trend list for quite a long time now, after setting and breaking records in Ghana music, the young rapper disappoint Ghanaians as he is being captured with camera gambling.
A popular musician gambling isn't really a big deal but in Yaw Tog's case, he is an emerging artiste and as well a Senior High student and such behaviours is not expected of him.
Many Ghanaians react badly to the picture as many seems to blame his manager and his peers.
The young rapper will soon sit for his senior high school final exams and his fans get worried after seeing the musician gambling with huge money.
For eye confirmation, let me quickly remove you all from suspense as i drop below the picture of Yaw Tog gambling with dollars.
Not just gambling, the musician also had in front of him a bottle of drink which obviously contains alcohol
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