Ghanaian Musician Ogidi Brown has revealed that a man saw a video of him climbing his wheelchair and that he didn't even know he sang
Speaking on his Instagram page, he said that he was in astonishment when an unknown man approached him because he had seen him in a video climbing his trademark.
He also said that the man did not know about is his musical career and hence confronted him because of the video he saw.He continued;
"I am extremely happy today because of a man I encountered in town today.This man said he knew me from somewhere but he couldn't rap his head around it.He further said he stumbled on a video of me sitting on a wheel and that drew his attention to me.
I was amazed.He only saw a video of me climbing my wheelchair and that was it.He worried me for a picture afterwards and said goodbye.He didn't even know I sing".
Ogidi Brown also said he wanted to buy a helicopter to support his career now that he has earned enough money from his music.
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