Kwadwo Sheldon has done the unthinkable. Although he is always found to be vociferous and love to experience violence (metaphorically) between rappers and any other artist, he really hid his compassion and empathy spirit. Well, it just so happened that one KNUST student who is offering Bachelor of Science Petroleum Engineering needed GHS700 to top up his school fees. His refusal would have circumvented him from registering for his final examination.
Just when the news surfaced on the internet, Kwadwo Sheldon- YouTube and social media content god quickly sent the money and told the guy to “go sit for the exams.” He added a screenshot of the amount sent and loads of Ghanaians on Twitter showered praises on the young man for such an impressive gesture.
I mean, we all knew that Kwadwo makes loads of dollars and that keeps him smiling to the bank always but what we didn’t know were his kind and caring attitude. Indeed, social media and YouTube pays. Kwadwo started this content creation thing as a joke and today, he has 11 people employed by him. God will continue to bless him for this kind gesture towards the KUNST student.
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