Hiplife artiste Kwaw Kese has revealed he sold three of his VGMA Awards some years ago for charity even though he declined to disclose the specific amount he sold these awards.
Asked why someone will decide to buy an award which seems to have no value, the controversial musician said the person felt very proud buying the award plaque at the time. He explained that this excitement of the person buying it was born out of the fact that he was going to have an award which was won by the Kwaw Kese, the 2008 VGMA Artiste of the Year winner in his room.
When Dr. pounds, the host of Kasahari movement on Adom FM also asked him in the interview zionfelix.net monitored that he will sell more of his awards, the artist who is popularly known in music circles as ‘Abodam’ revealed he will have no problem selling another one if someone brings a reasonable amount.
He, however, failed to disclose the amount he will sell it for, stating that the negotiations will be done off radio for anybody who wants to buy it.
Kwaw made it clear to the public during the conversation that returns from the sales was used to help the needy.