I was told I'll never make it in music - Joe Mettle recounts his journey to stardom

I was told I'll never make it in music - Joe Mettle recounts his journey to stardom

- Joe Mettle has revealed he was once looked down upon by many people around him

- The celebrated Ghanaian gospel artiste indicated that several people asked him to stop the music and find something 'better' to do with his life

- He never gave up and is now a superstar many look up to

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Renowned Ghanaian gospel musician, Joe Mettle, has recounted his journey to stardom, indicating moments when people completely discouraged him.

Joe Mettle revealed this about himself with popular media personality, Naa Ashorkor, on Story Time, a segment on Between Hours, which is a programme she started at Asaase Radio 99.5 FM.

According to Joe Mettle, he started from a very humble background and had several people try to talk him out of his music career although he was sure God had called him.

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I was told I'll never make it in music - Joe Mettle recounts his journey to stardom

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The singer recalled a moment when he was invited by a colleague to a church only for the officiating minister to see him and ask, "Do you think we are joking here?"

Other people said to Mettle that he was never going to make it in music and should find something 'better' to do with his life.

Yet without giving up, Joe Mettle has now risen to become one of the most celebrated gospel music stars on the continent of Africa.

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In another report by YEN.com.gh, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, a renowned Ghanaian comedian popularly known as Funny Face, has accused his latest girlfriend of cheating on him.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of the emotional comedian, his new girlfriend's mother had reportedly given Funny Face a cloth to wipe away his tears.

This comes on the back of an earlier video the comedian posted of himself shedding tears because he had released a CD that was not being purchased by Ghanaians.

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