I cannot be a doctor because of my looks - AY Poyoo

I cannot be a doctor because of my looks - AY Poyoo

- AY Poyoo has revealed that growing up his mother wanted him to be a doctor

- The new rap sensation said he never bought into that dream of being a doctor because of his looks

- He said doctors are supposed to be good looking but he sees himself as an ugly guy

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Ghana's young humourist and rapper, AY Poyoo, says he can never become a doctor because of his looks.

According to AY Poyoo, his mother wanted him to be a doctor when he grew up, but because of his looks he got discouraged.

I cannot be a doctor because of my looks- AY Poyoo
AY Poyoo Photo credits: Instagram/AY Poyoo
Source: Instagram

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In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, AY Poyoo, who appeared on the Delay Show, said doctors are supposed to be good looking but because he knows he is an ugly person, he knew there was no way he would become a doctor and fulfil his mother's dream.

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He said:

"Imagine you going into a coma and then upon recovery, you, meet a doctor like me standing in front of you at the hospital, what will you do? I’m very sure you’ll die again out of panic."

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Watch the video below:

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Recently, AY Poyoo's hit song GOAT got one million streams on YouTube, a major achievement for the young artiste that several top artistes struggle to achieve.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that AY Poyoo donated the very first pay he got from YouTube to an orphanage that has not been named.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of the rising star, Poyoo indicates that it has always been his dream to give to the needy.

According to him, anytime he saw children in orphanages he wished he could help them but did not have much to give. He therefore hoped that God would bless him one day to be able to lend a helping hand.

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