Gospel musician Edward Akwasi Boateng has shared his story on how he wasted the money he made in this prime.
The veteran gospel artist was one of the hottest in the Ghana musician industry in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Opening up to Tony Best on Akoma FM, the Makoma So Adea hitmaker talked about how he bought 17 cars in his prime with money from album sales.
Unfortunately he had to sell all the cars to pay debt when album sales dropped and was left with only a house as he went broke.
“My ‘Adea me p3’ album alone sold 555,000 copies and I used part of the money to build my first house which I currently reside in.
I bought 17 cars while I was in my prime, but as we speak, I don’t own even one. I sold all of them because cassette sales were down and I needed to feed myself and the family and again to settle some debts I owed a bank.”