Of course, he is not poor, especially after signing on as one of the Ghanaian artists to perform at the June 9 highly anticipated ‘ Ghana Meets Naija’ concert among many other shows he’s played in the last couple of months
The “Oh Yeah” hitmaker, King Promise has shot down claims by veteran highlife musician, Rex Omar that the current group of musicians are poor – ghpage.com reports!
Rex Omar stated some days ago in a radio interview that current artistes are poor but they live a lie in order to look affuent in the eyes of their fans and the public.
Speaking to the host of ‘Entertainment Xtra’, Emcee Bebe on Cape 93.3 FM , King Promise described the assertion of Rex Omar as vague and doesn’t know how he (Rex) arrived at that percentage (90%) – citing his financial status a case study.
“I don’t know where Rex Omar got that statistical information from but personally I’m not broke and I believe same thing applies to my colleagues. I’ve a first degree, doing music and making enough money from it as well. So how…?” he quizzed
King Promise who’s signed under Legacy Life Entertainment is currently promoting his new song dubbed “CCTV ” which he featured Sarkodie and Mugeez.