Former Ghanaian rapper cum Evangelist, Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo, known popularly as Lord Kenya has shared some of his regrets during his hay days as a hiplife musician.
Lord Kenya made a name for himself in the Hiplife fraternity as one of the finest Ghanaian rappers of all time but he took a bold step and stunned everyone when he announced that he’s surrendered his life to God.
According to Lord Kenya in a recent interview on one of his biggest regret during his hiplife days, he noted that if not for marijuana, he would have become a better musician if not in Africa, then the world.
“I forget myself easily. I got to the studio and instead of doing the right thing, I’ll be shouting here and there, thinking that I am doing the right thing. Basically marijuana affected me in the way I reason. I would say things that I don’t even remember,” he said.
“They think economically it makes sense because there is money there but we have to be careful. Because if it’s not regulated, people would take it anyhow,” he added.
Kenya advised that those people so much noise about how to there is a need to legalize marijuana in the country to be careful and not be blinded by the money that comes with it because it is not a good thing.