Rapper and radio presenter, Pope Skinny, has confessed that he is not rich like many people think of him.
Pope Skinny has revealed that even though he made a name with his popular Kasahari show on Adom FM, he never made fortune out of it.
Even though that show has produced heavyweight musicians and rappers including Sarkodie, Pope Skinny said his radio career made him poor.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Kassapa.com, Pope Skinny said he cannot boast of a car or house from his career in radio.
He was speaking following questions raised by his fans about why he is no longer hosting ‘Kasahari Level’ on Adom FM.
Skinny indicated that he felt he was wasting his time on radio therefore he decided to take a break.
“As a youth, you can’t be doing something for a very long time without seeing results. I’ve been on radio for Eight years, I can’t boast of a house or a car I bought with what I earned from radio. If it was Sakawa I was doing, I would have accomplished a lot after Eight years,” Pope Skinny reportedly said.
The Asuoden music gang leader, however, disclosed that he would come back to music soon.
Pope Skinny has been in the news recently following an adult video of Shatta Wale and himself that got leaked.
In that earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Pope Skinny and Shatta Wale had their ‘rods’ in the mouth of a slay queen.
They had reportedly gone to Nima to shoot a new music video when the act happened.
However, in reacting to the bashing from Ghanaians over the video, Pope Skinny said what happened in the video is something they do on a daily basis, therefore, it is no big deal for him and Shatta Wale.
He also said those who are complaining about the video would do same if they could afford that services from a slay queen.
He has been featured on Shatta Wale’s ‘Forgetti’.
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