My girlfriend dumped me because I was broke - Amerado Burner on past relationship

My girlfriend dumped me because I was broke - Amerado Burner on past relationship

- Amerado Burner, the Twa So hitmaker that features Fameye, has revealed his former girlfriend left him because he was broke

- The fast-rising Ghanaian hip-hop & afrobeat artiste revealed this among many others during a recent one-on-one Twitter chat with

- The entire conversation can be followed with the hashtag #YenWithAmerado

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Fast-rising Ghanaian Hip-hop & Afrobeat artiste, Amerado Burner, has revealed that his ex-girlfriend broke up with him because he was not well-to-do in terms of money at the time.

Amerado, who recently released the song Twa So ft Fameye, disclosed this in a one-on-one Twitter chat with the leading entertainment news website in Ghana,

In Amerado, the writer of the regular rap news update, Yeete Nsem's own words, "I was broke, she met a more advanced dude and I got dumped".

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During the Twitter chat, which can be found by following the hashtag #YenWithAmerado, the musician also mentioned some personal attributes, beliefs and identities.

To begin with, Amerado indicates that his stage name, Amerado, connotes Governor and Burner, owing to the fact that he is from the MicBurnerz Family.

He also responded to the school of thought that says secular music is sinful, by opining that life itself is a sin so everyone must just be themselves.

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My girlfriend dumped me because I was broke - Amerado Burner on past relationship
Source: UGC
Source: UGC

In other news, a Ghanaian gentleman who calls himself Myk_Milllah on Twitter has indicated that his father rebuked him without mercy for making a WhatsApp status update concerning Benin.

In the post sighted by on his personal handle on Twitter, Myk, who is an upcoming musician/rapper said he only posted "Benin soon" as his status and his dad got to view it.

From that moment, Myk was called, rebuked, counselled, corrected, and instructed by his father who is a pastor of a local church.

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