Choco Boy: Ghanaian musician narrates how he lost his gym instructor job due to his passion

Choco Boy: Ghanaian musician narrates how he lost his gym instructor job due to his passion

- Choco Boy, a rising Ghanaian musician has recounted how he lost his job as a gym instructor in one of the biggest gym centres in Accra

- According to the artiste whose real name is Theophilus Jeffrey Tetteh, his passion for music got his attention which led to the termination of his contract as an instructor

- Choco Boy has expressed his hope that the Ghana Music Industry will not disappoint him after his big move

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Fast-rising Ghanaian musician, Choco Boy, has revealed that he lost his job as a gym instructor by virtue of a decision to follow his passion for music.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his Twitter handle, Choco Boy, whose real name is Theophilus Jeffrey Tetteh, expressed hope that the Ghana Music Industry will not disappoint him as they are his only bet now.

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Information gathered further indicates that the talented musician was a well-paid model and gym instructor in one of the biggest gym centres in Accra whose name is withheld.

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Since he joined the music industry, Choco Boy has released a great number of songs and performed on several platforms.

In fact, it is indicated it was his being on radio stations doing interviews, attending promotional events to promote his music and spending much of his time in studios to record new music, that led to the termination of his contract by his employer.

One of Choco Boy's songs is Y33BA.

The official music video is seen by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of the rising musician.

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Choco Boy: Ghanaian musician narrates how he lost his gym instructor job due to his passion
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In a different but equally interesting report, Kofi Boahen, a Ghanaian father of six has narrated that he is able to take care of his family with his menial business of frying and selling local chips named "atsomor".

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In an interview with GBC sighted by YEN.com.gh, the 42-year-old indicated that he started the business with no capital but by learning from his wife and raising some funds from other menial jobs.

According to Kofi, he decided to go into the pastries business after he returned from Cote D'Ivoire during a war in 2002 and settled in a single room with his pregnant wife.

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