Budding hip pop artiste, Kwesi Arthur has shattered the Champions of many fans from his recent announcement.
Kwesi Arthur in an interview with Jessica Saforo of Citi FM revealed that, he was treated badly oneday at church for singing singing VIP’s ‘Ahomka Wom’ during time he was young.
Rapper Kwesi Arthur, who is a member of the Church of Pentecost said, his experience oneday after singing VIP’s song at church was tragic.
According to the Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards nominee, he was severely reprimanded for mistakenly singing VIP’s ‘Ahomka Wom’ in church when he was young – a situation which deterred him from singing in church.
“The only time I tried to sing in church, I messed up so bad. I went to do a VIP song and it got me into trouble. I had to call my mum and stuff. I regret it,” he said.
He added that he was really scolded by the members of the church after which his mother gave him a few strokes.
“I don’t know what came over me though. I forgot myself. I just went to the mic and started singing “w’anim w’akyi, ahomka wom,”” he said.
He however reiterated that he is staunch Christian who attends the Church of Pentecost regularly
The Rapper rise into fame was a surprise to many as he was nominated for the Viewers’ Choice: Best New International Act category at the 2018 BET.
Tho he couldn’t win, he expressed the great value of being on such a platform which has level his brand to the international market now. He further thanked all fans and Ghanaians especially for their massive support during time when the announcement of nomination came.