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I am never broke-Reggie Rockstone

Ghanaian Rapper and Pioneer of the Hip-life development in Ghana, Reggie Rockstone has sent a solid message to individuals calling him poor as he unveils that he has never been broke in his life.

In an interview with Happy FM’s Doctar Cann on the Showbiz Xtra show, the Rapper portrayed that he delve into the music since that was his passion and not because he was broke.

“I have never been poor in my life. I mean broke in that sense yet I am profoundly rich. If you know my history, you realize I wasn’t naturally introduced to wealth. You should know who my dad is. I didn’t wander into the music business to bring in cash. I considered music to be a blessing and my dad upheld me on this move. My father assembled a studio for me when I started. I don’t have a similar hustle that you have. So when you talk, don’t address my monetary issues, simply make the most of my music”, he related.

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As indicated by him, while he doesn’t flaunt his material belongings, he cherishes the wonderful family and the solid life he has. “Ghanaians are very funny. When did I reveal to you I was rich? I have a wonderful family, an excellent spouse and I am sound; that is all I need.Despite everything, I have that vim without viagra”, he included.

The Veteran Rapper has been in the news lately because some individuals labeled him as being poor. For instance, controversial dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was sighted to have said that Reggie Rockstone was poor considerably after his job in Ghanaian music.

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These statements made by Shatta Wale saw an answer from Reggie Rockstone as he released a freestyle rap title ‘Billionaire  Soul’; a rap where Reggie states “I am the 50 or more year-old, these children been begrudging, you all stayed with me like MTN”.

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The Veteran Rapper in an interview with Doctar Cann, clarified, in any case, that the tune was created even before Shatta’s comments. He added a couple of lines to address Shatta Wale’s concern.

Source:Britishaccra.com

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