One of Ghana’s finest rap artiste and producer, Fimfim has shared some difficulties of his life coming up as a rapper and a music producer, claiming fame without money has really made life very challenging.
The CEO of Platinum Studios born Isaac Adu Buxton, speaking on Celebrity Wahala with Sammy Flex disclosed that one is better off when he’s not famous than to have fame while broke.
“I take commercial bus (trotro) to places and people make me feel embarrased. Sometimes they feel you shouldn’t be seen buying food on the streets and they make big deals out of it making life very challenging for some of us” he told Sammy Flex in an interview.
Story by: Reagan Odei ofosu Osarfo (Nana Reagan)