I paid Yaa Pono GH30,000, my watch cost 2.2 billion cedis and I have 7 cars- Popular musician
By goodnews_writer | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 13052 views
Fast rising Ghanaian rapper who is widely known as Ishak Spark has finally opened up on his life and its very surprising. In an interview with Zion Felix on his YOUTUBE handle, the fast rising popular musician disclosed that when he was growing up as a child, he had the believe that he is going to be rich one day and for that matter he never allowed anything to discourage him. He added that life wasn't easy for him since there are times that he had to sleep with hunger. As a result of the hardship i went through in life, i spend my money anyhow now that am rich.
The young talented musician continued by saying that he has featured a lot of people on his songs but the most popular one that Ghanaians know him is Yaa Pono. I paid Yaa Pono 30,000 Ghana Cedis before he accepted to be on my song. I have been bless by God and for that matter my watch cost 2.2 billion old cedis. I also have seven cars and a car rental company. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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