Ghanaian rapper, songwriter and singer, Amoah Yaw Randy, popularly known on stage as Yaw Berk has been captured in a video pleading with his loyal fans to assist him to pay his rent. This is a Ghanaian musician who has produced many songs. Some of his songs are 'A Better Man', 'Huhuhu', 'Independent Lady' among many nice songs.
In an interview with a presenter on radio, Yaw Berk made it clear that he is currently facing financial difficulties in his life. According to him, his landlord has been really disturbing him every day to pay his rent ever since the rent expired. The presenter asked him, "What challenging are you going through now including challenges in the music industry?".
And Yaw Berk replied, "Currently, I need money to pay my rent at Trassaco. My landlord always wakes up at dawn to come and ask for his rent. If I can get some donations from my loved ones to pay my rent I will be very happy".
He added that his loved one can send the money to the presenter, Bra Abey on King Cobby Show. But Bra Abey said that anyone who wants to send money should do that directly to him because he doesn't want to mix such money with what is in his account.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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