Joey B recounts how guy he used to buy "fose" from turned out to be Kofi Mole

Joey B recounts how guy he used to buy "fose" from turned out to be Kofi Mole

- Joey B has recounted how he used to know Kofi Mole as a second-hand clothes dealer before he rose to fame

- The Tonga singer said Kofi Mole used to tease him a lot when he went to Kantamanto to buy clothes

- Joey B added that the next time he saw Kofi Mole was so emotional for him

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Ghanaian hip hop recording artist Darryl Paa Kwesi Bannerman-Martin known widely as Joey B, has recounted how Kofi Mole used to deal in second-hand clothes before he became famous.

Speaking in an interview with Kwaku Manu, Joey B said he received a huge amount of money from someone and took the money to town to buy outfits.

Joey B said for a number of days, he was always roaming at the popular Kantamanto Market in Accra in search of nice outfits to help build his brand.

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Joey B recounts how guy he used to buy "fose" from turned out to be Kofi Mole (video)
Joey B recounts how guy he used to buy "fose" from turned out to be Kofi Mole (video)
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He added that he got noticed by one of the second-hand dealers who indicated that he listens to his songs.

On another visit to the market, Joey B said he met one guy who accosted him and said he was always coming to the 'bend-down' boutique to buy clothes.

To this, Joey B said that very soon, he would stop coming to Kantamanto to buy clothes because he would become a star.

Years later, Joey B said he went to Accra Mall to perform and after his performance, someone called him that Kofi Mole wanted to see him.

On reaching there, he saw the young man he used to buy second-hand clothes from and they hugged each other.

Joey B said it was a very emotional moment for him and he would have even shed tears because he was moved by how a second-hand clothes dealer had risen to become a music star.

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In other inspiring news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Member of Parliament for Effutu Constituency, Hon. Alexander Kwamina Afenyo-Markin, has distributed laptops to some 40 teachers who were recently posted there.

In a number of photos shared on the page of the Member of Parliament, the teachers were seen personally receiving the laptops.

The beneficiaries, after receiving the laptop gits, posed in photos with the Member of Parliament at the short presentation ceremony.

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