Legendary Ghanaian rapper, Obrafour has said he doesn’t believe he deserves all the accolades thrown at him.
The Rap Sofo as he is affectionately called told MzGee iun an interview on JoyNews that he can’t take credit for his successful career because God is the reason behind it all.
” I give glory to God because I don’t think I deserve all the commendations and praises. For me, if it wasn’t for God I don’t know where I would’ve been. So I don’t want to take credit.”
The ‘Pae Mu Ka’ rapper also disclosed that a foundation to alleviate rural education has been set up in his name to ensure continuity of his legacy.
” We thought of having a sustainable goal, something that will outlive me. So we decided to look into rural education and it was launched on the same day we launched ‘PaeMuKa’ at 20.”
Obrafour also added that the premiere of the ‘PaeMuKa’ documentary which was scheduled for September 27 was suspended after producers noticed inconsistencies in the account of some contributors.