Most of the popular celebrities we know and love actually came from a humble back ground. Most of them were doing minor jobs to earn a living. But yet still didn't allow their challenges to over come them. They are now individuals highly respected in our society.
In this article I present to you 6 Ghanaian celebrities who were doing minor work before the Rose to fame. You will be surprise knowing the jobs they were doing before they rose to fame.
Michael Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie actually studied graphics designing in a computer school after High school but his passion for music drove him to start making music.
2. Agya Koo
Agya Koo was ones a shoeshine before he rose to fame. His passion for acting rise him from grass to grace.
3. Kwaw Kese
This hip life artiste moved from site to stage. He was a Mason before he started his music.
4. Van Vicker
Van Vicker was a barber before he became famous. When he came from Liberia to Ghana, he opened a Barbring salon. He was doing that until he had the chance to become and actor.
5. Emelia Brobbey
She was a professional teacher at the Presbyterian college of education before she when into acting.
6. Kwaku Manu
Kwaku Manu was ones a shoe cobbler before he became popular. He was confident and determine to change his situation to a wealthy one.
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