Popular Ghanaian highlife artiste, Bisa Kdei, has revealed in a recent interview that it took him three years to complete is current mansion.
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Bisa Kdei got many people talking after he dropped a video of his mansion earlier in 2019 to shade the people who had been tagging him as a poor artiste.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported the 'Mansa' hitmaker, said his mansion is one of the things highlife music helped him to put up.
The video received a lot of reactions on social media, especially, as the musician did not flaunt the building in its early stages which had people wondering how long it took him to put up such a beautiful edifice.
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In a recent chat with Zionfelix on the ‘Uncut’ show, Bisa disclosed that he took three years to build it.
According to him, the years would have been less but at the time, he had a lot of other things going so he couldn’t focus all his energies into building the mansion.
The 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Best Highlife Song of the Year winner also exclusively told Zionfelix that he is currently building a new one
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