Obaapa Christy has mused over her music career.
The popular Ghanaian Gospel musician recalled the early stages of her career in a recent interview.
She reminisced about being paid GHS 10 after singing at the church.
Sadly, the ‘W’asue Me’ singer revealed some of the 1 cedi notes she was paid with were torn.
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“When I started singing at churches at the beginning of my career when nobody actually knew me, sometimes after performing it was difficult to be paid after the event.
“Sometimes I had to walk back home after performing at the church and that time I was paid with one cedi notes and I remember that very well,” she told Amansan Krakye on Property FM in Cape Coast.
Obaapa Christy further added: “The church might have finished counting the money they got after the service and I was paid with the torn one cedi notes which was about 10cedis.”
“After I’m paid with the 10 cedis I used some of the money to buy food to quench my hunger and after I had to walk back the distance to wherever I came from which was very hectic.”