- Kwesi Arthur’s father has disagreed with the age his son wants to get married
- Arthur had said in an interview that he would marry at age 35
- But the father said 35 would be too late and his son should not be taken seriously
The father of the award-winning rapper, Kwesi Arthur, has decried his decision to marry at age 35.
The father, Samuel Danso Arthur, said getting married at age 35 would be too late for his son.
Kwesi Arthur had revealed in an interview that he would marry at age 35, in an interview, but the father said he should not be taken seriously.
Arthur reportedly told Starr FM that he is currently focused on his music, and to remain focused, he would consider marrying at the stated age.
This is contained in reports seen by YEN.com.gh on social media.
The father admitted that the hard life the family went through could be a factor in the son wanting to marry at 35, however, things have changed now.
He believes that for Arthur to make healthy babies and put the necessary structures in place for the future, he needs to marry earlier than 35.
The father further indicated that he had children at an early age and so his son must imitate him.
“He can’t be serious. I saw it and I said ‘this guy is he normal’? When you are young and you put structures in place, you make healthy babies. They should have asked him how old his dad was when he gave birth to him. I think 35 is too much,” Mr Danso stressed.
He was, however, full of praises for Kwesi Arthur for replacing his old engine for him.
Meanwhile, Kwesi Arthur keeps making waves after the release of his first song Grind Day.
Within his short time in the industry, he has received some awards and many nominations.
He has many hits songs on his own as well as collaborations with others.
Kwesi Arthur is loved by many if not all Ghanaians because he is said to be a hardworking dude.
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