- Fameye has visited his mother's grave for the first time after shooting to fame
- In a very emotional photo, Fameye promised that the next time he visits his mother's grave, it will be to raise a mansion for her
- Fameye lost both parents at age one and has always stated that with every opportunity he gets
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Fast-rising Ghanaian singer, Fameye has visited his mother's grave for the first time after shooting to fame.
In a very emotional photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fameye promised that the next time he visits his mother's grave, it will be to erect a mansion in her honor.
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"Rip mum saw you today my next visit your grave will be a mansion #longlife #takemedo," Fameye posted on his Instagram page.
The 'Nothing I Get' hitmaker lost both parents at age one and has always stated that with every opportunity he gets.
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He has also been reported that the singer is noted for saying that he never knew his parents because they died when he was very young.
He also said growing up, he didn't know his parents were dead until some of his friends in school started laughing at him.
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Fameye is currently one of the music industry's hot cakes in Ghana and beyond. Since he shot into the limelight, he has been able to maintain the bar with a promising career ahead.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Fameye had disclosed that in 2019 alone, he had done over 100 features with various musicians in the country.
Speaking in an interview on UTV and monitored by YEN.com.gh, the 'Nothing I Get' hitmaker stated that the features were so many that he did not even remember most of the lyrics of the songs he had been featured on.
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