Rapper T Blaze, popularly known for his time as the leader of hiplife group Lifeline Family, has revealed that despite all his fame in Ghana, he had to work as a security man in London when he travelled to the UK some time ago for studies, YEN.com.gh can report.
According to T-Blaze, he had to drop down from his stardom to become a security man when he was a student in London because that was the only option for him to survive.
In an interview on Accra FM’s Entertainment Capital, the rapper explained that because the times were difficult for him as a student, he had to find something to do in terms of work.
“…In London, nobody will have to tell you to work, you will do so yourself. As such, after school each day, I also worked as a security man…," Zionfelix.net reported T Blaze to have said on the show.
The hiplife legend, however, pointed out that his work as a security man was unlike what pertains in Ghana because all he had to do was to monitor footage from CCTV cameras and take the necessary actions as and when required.
T Blaze further narrated that after some time, he had to leave the security job to become a postman all in his bid to survive.
But after all the struggles, T Blaze who now wants to be called Flema T graduated from the College of East London.
In a bid to revive his career, T Blaze recently released a single called Fake Slay Queen.
Born Richmond Opoku Ampratwum, T-Blaze shot to fame in the year 2000 after releasing Wosisi Ye Wo Ya with his Lifeline Family group while still in secondary school.
The beat and content, which ridiculed sugar daddies, drew music lovers who jammed to it anywhere it was played.
The group later disbanded but T Blaze continued as a solo artiste and continued to release a number of hit songs before relocating to London.
Among some of his other hits were Secretary, Feeling No Ye Deep, and Obroni (Aburokyire Abrabo).
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