Brother Sammy, a Ghanaian gospel singer, and actor, has spoken of his struggle to get to where he is now.
According to him, after hustling to complete Junior High School, no family member was available to help him pursue his studies, so he had to join peers on the street to face the realities of life, according to an interview with Mona Gucci on Kantanka TV, which was monitored by buzzgh.com.
Brother Sammy said that as a result of the hustle, they went to Kumasi Magazine and stole scraps to make a living.
He went on to state that the stealing of scraps went on for months until one of his mates was apprehended and beaten to death.
After seeing how his friend died, the ‘Aduro Bia Nka Deem’ hitmaker admitted to Mona that he had intended to become an armed robber, but that he had to change his mind and ways in order to escape being in a similar situation.
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Meanwhile, he said that he was still stuck in Kumasi until he met a friend who introduced him to pastors who invited him to sing in their churches, and it was through this connection that he met his fate.