‘Abodam’ crooner Kwaw Kese has, in an attempt to swerve a simple answer to whether he goes to church or not, told the world he is a believer of God.
“I believe seriously in God. I know He works for mankind. He has done a lot for my success. I don’t condemn any church. But as at now, I don’t have any particular church that I attend. Just that, I try to pray all the time and get closer to God,” he said last Saturday on Radio Universe’s Saturday entertainment program host by Caleb Giovani.
Kwaw was on the show to promote his latest 14-track album titled ‘Untold Stories’, which was released last Monday.
Kwaw hoped strongly that the new album, which is his fourth, would make it despite tough competition from other hip-life artistes.
The rapper, who is noted for castigating other artistes via his lyrics, also said during the programme that he was changing from his old ways.
He said he wanted to make peace with all those he offended through his lyrics in the past.
“Hey, it is time we all blow one horn and that is Ghana, so we get to come together and move forward. Also, I think it is time we do away with differences and think about making money,” he said.
Kwaw’s lyrics have jabbed celebrities as Jon Jermain, Kofi Okyere Darko, Asem, Quata and a number of others but now he wants to make peace with them.
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