Music has been part of every individual, in our daily lives, we listen, watch and as well get more interested in good music all over the globe. On that circumstance, perception has been that, musicians don’t deserve to be poor but rather richer than any other performing other profession.
Specifically many are of the view that Gospel Musicians who are famous for hit songs are all rich but the reality is that most of them are living broke lives and not what is perceived.
Such is the situation of Gospel Musician, Hannah Marfo who is currently struggling to raise GH¢43,000 for her 17-year-old daughter to undergo a life-saving surgery.
The musician who enjoyed her prime time in the gospel industry with hit after hit recently told the media, her fame those days didn’t make her much money.
She admitted enjoying fame at the peak of her career but said that did not translate into cash intimating that her life was rather impoverished at the time.
The musician who earlier pleaded to the general public she needed an amount of GH¢43,000 for the treatment of her ailing daughter lamented her present sorry state.
Tho she is part of Music Rights Association Of Ghana (GHAMRO), she insist the Association has nothing benefits for musicians.