Popular Ghanaian rapper has opened up that it has become more of a norm for Ghanaians not to celebrate their compatriots who are doing great in their fields.
“I don’t feel celebrated. It’s the norm in Ghana. Ghanaians don’t celebrate Ghanaians doing well, they don’t celebrate their stars, and they don’t celebrate their celebrities,” Kwaw Kese lamented.
“But I’m celebrating myself every now and then and that is what is important,” he added.
The Hiplife artiste also touched on the struggles he went through during his childhood before making a breakthrough.
He disclosed that he started fending for himself when he was in class three, adding that he sometimes even had to sell on the streets.
“I started hustling for myself when I was in class three. That time I had to go to the station and sell to cater for myself and even family,” he revealed.
Watch the video of the interview below: