One Ghanaian musician whose turn-around in life shocked many Ghanaians was Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo, widely known as Evangelist Lord Kenya.
Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Tuesday, the award-winning Ghanaian Hiplife artiste who is currently an evangelist said being famous caused him a lot in life.
According to the “Sika Baa” hitmaker, he got to fame through music but couldn’t locate his focal point in life hence “was rather into drugs, alcohol and women.”
Evangelist Lord Kenya told Andy Dosty: “I think during my time I didn’t know anything called trend. I only wanted to be popular and it happened. I felt special but I didn’t know what fame was and I don’t think I handled it well. It got to my head,” he noted.
At a point, Lord Kenya said people tagged him to be arrogant because “there were things I could easily do but now I couldn’t do it anymore [after the fame].”
He advised musicians to keenly “watch the friends around them” since “couple friends who I thought were my friends took advantage of my fame for their personal gains.”
“Who is close? Who is saying I love you? Whoever tells you that everything you do you are right they don’t love you. Ask yourself that why you’re a star. God did that so others can learn from you positively,” he advised.
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