Wanlov Kuborlor finds it difficult to pay his numerous children's school fees and it is not because of economic hardship.
According to the Ghanaian-Romanian musician, he "drags his feet" when it comes to paying the school fees for his eight children - six biological, one step-child and one adopted.
The hitmaker, who constantly upsets the status quo, believes that his kids should just "play and play" as education is not a priority to him.
The musical act was speaking on the Accra-based radio station, Class FM on Friday when he revealed his stance on education to the show host. “…I love my children but I’m so much of a child myself. I’m childlike and so I’m not serious about certain things that their mothers are serious about, like school,” he stated.
“I’m not serious about [their] schooling. When some of the mothers call me and tell me they need money for school fees, I don’t think of it as a priority, but I eventually [pay] because they get stressed out because they say the kids are sad they are not in school…but I just feel like: ‘Children should just play and play.’”
The international acclaimed half of FOKN Bois is infamous for his rebellious on many issues such as Christianity, etc so his stance on education doesn't come as a surprise to many.
“I don’t believe in this system of education because it just turns you into a worker. It doesn’t really teach you stuff about life; it just teaches you how to function in a world that was recently created by the colonial West so that you can just keep paying taxes and make enough money to pay your rent and go to work the next day,” he noted.
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