During the interview, he stated that the most costly pair of sneakers he had purchased cost Ghs5,000 and that he immediately used them for a show.
Before achieving this degree of popularity and money, the flamboyant singer and dancer, who is one of Ghana’s most consistent artists, sheepishly acknowledged that he used to wear imitation designers.
“With my stage costumes, if I want to go abstract, I probably have to get everything sewn. I sometimes buy a sneaker for ₵5,000 — especially for stage performances.
I have worn fake sneakers before. I mean the “Banku”. At a point in time, we’ve all worn the “Banku” before.”