Ghanaian Rapper Kwesi Arthur is putting his security in front of money making as the world fights the lethal Coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic.
The rapper, who is right now secured down his home, as a great many people, says remaining safe is significant now than pursuing cash.
In a Skype meet with Anita Akua Akuffo on Covid-19 360 on TV3, the rapper said the pandemic has influenced the majority of his arrangements.
“I should go for certain celebrations and a few occasions but since of this I was unable to go; that is missing out on cash and stuff yet I would prefer to remain safe than bring in cash,” he said.
The ‘No one’ hit vocalist uncovered that he has been inside for the recent weeks.
“It’s been quiet. Staying, attempting to remain inside as conceivable [and] washing my hands however much as could reasonably be expected… ,” Kwesi Arthur said.
Utilizing his online life stages, the rapper noticed that, he has been asking his fans to remain safe and cling to severe clean works on, including continually washing their hands.
Kwesi Arthur, who is out with another tune, ‘Turn On The Lights’, likewise utilized the meeting to teach his fans and Ghanaians in his local Fante language.