The past is not the present, as Ghanaian rapper Kofi Jamar, born Derrick Osei Kuffour Prempeh, reveals the struggles he faced before becoming an artiste.
In an interview with Delay, the rapper revealed that before becoming an artist, he served as a pallbearer and then as a police officer for nearly two years.
According to the “Ekorso” hitmaker, he used to work at funeral homes and even transport coffins to cemeteries for burial.
Kofi Jamar also revealed that he used to be paid GHc500 a month as a security guard at Golden Tulip.
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