No artiste should come and perform at my funeral - Yaa Pono explains in video

No artiste should come and perform at my funeral - Yaa Pono explains in video

- Yaa Pono has said in an interview that he does not want any artiste performing in his honour when he dies

- He gave the witty response after he was asked a question by Sammy Flex

- Yaa Pono went on to indicate that he was neither a Christian nor Muslim

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Award-winning rapper Yaa Pono has sent a word of caution to his fellow artistes about coming to perform at his funeral should they hear of his passing.

While speaking in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM and monitored by Zionfelix.net, the Uptown Energy boss gave an explanation as to why he was not going to have anyone perform at his interment.

According to him, before he would die, all other musicians would have been dead already which would make him the last man standing.

No artiste should come and perform at my funeral - Yaa Pono explains in video

Yaa Pono. Source: Instagram (modified by the author)
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His answer sent the room into raptures as they all burst out into laughter following the rather witty response Yaa Pono gave to the question that was posed to him.

Yaa Pono went on to indicate that death does not give prior warning before it occurs so it would be rare for one to know the day of his or her death.

The rapper added that even though he had no prior idea about his day of death, he was sure he was going to be around for a while until he finally gave up the ghost.

He also mentioned that he was neither a Christian nor a Muslim but ascribed himself as a Ghanaian and just that.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that award-winning Kumawood actor and musician, Kwadwo Nkansah, known widely as Lil Win, has indicated that his beef with Funny Face is far from over.

While speaking in an interview with Zionfelix and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Lil Win said he was still holding a grudge against Funny Face following their fracas on live TV.

"The beef is still the beef,” Lil Win told Zionfelix and went on to give an explanation to his unwavering stance.

According to Lil Win, when a mad person is cured of his, there still remains something inside him to scare people with.

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To wit, even though he and Funny Face made up on live TV, their grudge has not died out completely.

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