Supervisor of late Ghanaian dancehall/Hiplife artiste Terry Bonchaka; Reagan Mends has recounted how the late music icon reported legendary Hiplife artiste, Jerry Anaabaa higher often called Okomfour Kwaadee to the Police for smoking Indian hemp (Wee) in his automobile.
For a while now, Okomfour Kwaadee who has been an inspiration to many, inspiring an entire era of rap music just like the Sarkodie’s and others have been battling with psychological challenges on account of smoking marijuana (Wee) which resulted in his detention at a rehab centre.
In 2018, the information concerning the “Yenko Mbaa Pe” hitmaker being deserted on the rehab centre by his household went viral. After he was introduced to have recovered, it emerged he had sadly relapsed once more following couple of months of creating public appearances and even launched a brand new music.
Nonetheless, a brand new photograph of the celebrated Hiplife musician which has gone viral on social media has left the showbiz fraternity in a state of shock. Within the photograph, the ‘Abrantie Mabre’ composer has actually misplaced weight.
Based on RazzNews.com’s checks, Kwaadee is coping with psychological, non secular and monetary points thus he’s at the moment looking for assist from a feminine Pastor someplace in Kumasi.
Commenting on the photograph in an interview on Sizzling 93.9FM, Reagan Mends cited the present state of the Prolific Hiplife artiste as unhappy and embarrassing.
Based on Reagan, the late Terry Bonchaka who was an intimate buddy of Kwaadee and had suggested him to reduce his smoking behavior, as soon as reported the latter to the Police for overly smoking marijuana in his(Kwaadee) automobile.
“What I’m about to say would shock everybody; Terry Bonchaka suggested Kwaadee to reduce his smoking behavior..I can actually bear in mind Terry reporting Kwaadee to the Police on the Ho/Accra freeway for smoking wee in his personal automobile after they’d carried out on the Ho Polytechnic in 2003. After the present, Terry Bonchaka sat in Kwaadee’s purple BMW automobile;he then referred to as me on cellphone that Kwaadee was overly smoking wee within the automobile which he frowns on so he would report him to the police once they get to a Police barrier. Severely, when Terry referred to as, I believed he was simply pranking however he really reported Kwaadee to the police once they received to the barrier”.Reagan quipped
He continued, “The Policemen on responsibility thought Terry was solely pranking so all of them laughed it off and allowed them to proceed their journey. So once they received to the Tema roundabout, Terry rapidly alighted from the automobile and vowed by no means to sit down in Kwaadee’s automobile once more. Kwaadee additionally referred to as me on Telephone and vowed by no means to choose Terry in his automobile once more…they have been superb buddies”.
It’s broadly perceived by most individuals throughout the globe that celebrities are keen on partaking themselves in wild existence resembling smoking, partying, flaunting their wealth and above all dwelling a licentious life.
However based on Reagan Mends who’s a journalist at Sizzling 93.9FM and the CEO of RazzNews.com, although Terry Bonchaka was thought to be one of the best performer that point, he by no means engaged himself in these practices– including that the late ‘Puulele’ composer even died a virgin.
Terry Bonchaka, 21, died on the Legon-Madina street on 30th October, 2003 when the automobile through which he was using with a buddy after performing on the Akuafo Corridor Celebration, instantly veered off the street and hit a tree.
He received his huge break within the Miss Ghana Hiplife Newbie Competitors and went on to win the regional competitors earlier than taking house the title of Hiplife Champion 2001 within the closing spherical.
Through the quick time that he captivated Ghanaian music lovers he launched his songs together with; ‘Puulele,’ ‘Zoozey,’ ‘Ghana Women,’ ‘I’m Conscious,’ Ghana Women’ and ‘African Chow’.
He additionally influenced some Ghanaian musicians together with dancehall artiste Shatta Wale, Sherifa Gunu and Afro-beats star King Ayisoba.