Most musical artistes have fashion designers and stylists they can go in for their attire and clothing and pay later. These Chaperones help them when they are coming up and when they get the money they pay it later. I'm sure this was what happened between musician Yaw Berk and the man whom he allegedly borrow the cloths from.
In television Broadcasting, mostly after every show, they open phone lines in order to allow listeners to phone in and share their ideas and opinions. Musical artist Yaw Berk was seen on the screens of Adom TV with Sister Sandy on a show dubbed 'Ahosepe'. After several questions and answers section, the line was opened for listeners to phone in. One man angrily called and started attacking Yaw Berk. He said Yaw Berk came to beg him of his clothes and after dashing them to him, he is not picking up his calls anymore.
This man doesn't understand why after doing good to his brother, he is now paying him with evil. Yaw Berk was surprised about the call looking at his facial expression. It could tell you that he knew nothing about the accusation of the unknown caller. Sister Sandy upon sensing what could have transpired if she allows the caller to continue the call quickly told the producers to end the call as soon as possible. Well, nobody knows the truth about what this man is saying. Yaw Berk will be the only person to testify about what the man has accused him of. Though it is not new or strange for an artiste to buy a cloth on credit, but failure to pay back is where the problem is.
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