Life Hadn't Been Easy, My Parents, Siblings And I Had To Sleep In Kiosk Every Night - Kwesi Arthur

Life Hadn’t Been Easy, My Parents, Siblings And I Had To Sleep In Kiosk Every Night – Kwesi Arthur

The journey to fame is always not a straight path but narrow one coupled with numerous trials and hardship.

“Woara” singer Kwesi Arthur disclosed his challenging past when he had to sleep in a kiosk with his parents and siblings every night.

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In an interview with Mama Delay on the Delay Show, the “Grind Day” hit maker revealed that there were days when he had to wait for his mother to close business for the day before he and his siblings including his father could lay their beds.

We were sleeping in my mom’s shop in Tema Community 5. We waited till she closed the shop at night so we sleep, together with my dad. We later moved to Ashaiman, then to Sakumono before moving in with my Grandma at community 9.” he revealed to Deloris Frimpong Manso

He finally added that his success in music has been due to handiwork of God in his life, and if not for him he would not even had gotten a BET nomination.

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