Father of the late dancehall act Ebony, Nana Opoku Kwarteng, says he hates his new life of fame.
Contrary to perceptions that he was leeching off the death of his daughter to attain fame and money, Nana Kwarteng laments that constantly being in the limelight is difficult.
Many cite his constant willingness to speak to the media, and a rumoured friction between him and his family over cash donations as indications that he was seeking attention.
However, when asked by Prince Tsegah on “You Sey Wetin” on Hitz FM about how he manages his new-found fame, he responded, saying “it’s not easy, I wish I hadn’t gotten there, trust me.”
According to him, “everything has changed. I wanted to live my life.”
Although admitting that he doesn’t have much of a choice now, he said “I hate my life now.”
Asked if he will maximise the opportunities presented by the fame to engage in any business venture, he responded: “I will need your support to get that done. So I’m counting on you.”