I'm secretly shy, love cars, and ladies with big "knockers" - Kwaw Kesse

I'm secretly shy, love cars, and ladies with big "knockers" - Kwaw Kesse

Even though he's also known as 'Abodam', and is a bit on the loud side, Kwaw Kesse would have you know that in his private life he's pretty much the opposite of his public persona.

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I'm secretly shy, and love cars, and ladies with big "knockers" - Kwaw Kesse

Kwaw Kesse

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According to the "More" hit-maker, there are times he wishes nobody could recognize him. Speaking on the ‘Know Your Celeb’ segment on Hitz FM's Musik Box with Andy Dosty, the artist who's also known as 'Abodam' expressed that in his private life he's a pretty shy person, adding that most of the time he prefers to be by himself.

“I’m a very shy person aside being ‘Abodam’ and all that…very shy. I like to be myself, like be alone…sit to meditate alone…I like where people will not even recognize me that I’m the Kwaw Kese,” said Kwaw Kesse.

The artist tied the knot with is one Doris Kyei Baffour in April last year, and two celebrate the birth of their first baby girl on Wednesday, September 28th, 2016.

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Stating some of the little known things about him, Kwaw Kesse also revealed that he loves women with big chests. He also stated his love for cars.

“I like women with good chest,” he said adding that, “You shouldn’t be big to have that…you can be very slim but…still have big breast."

“I love cars though I don’t have many. One thing about me is I like flashy cars. My favorite car is a Ford Mustang but there are cars if God blesses me with money I will love to buy like a Bentley coupe (Continental) GT,” he revealed.

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