Although smoking of marijuana or weed is illegal in the country, musician King Ayisoba known in real life as Albert Apozori has never shied away from declaring that he smokes weed more than anybody in Ghana.
According to him, he has been a weed smoker since he was 11-years-old and has been smoking for over 25 years.
Speaking in an interview with Blakk Rasta on Taxi Driver on Hitz FM, he disclosed that used weed as his medicine which is helping his music career.
“I like weed more than sex, sex is part of man but a waste of time,” he said.
King Ayisoba, hails from Upper East Region of Ghana. He learnt how to play the ‘Kologo’ (a traditional two stringed guitar) from his grandfather, a traditional healer.
He started playing music at Pito bars and festivals and soon became a child prodigy, and was known throughout the region.
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