Obviously, Kwaw Kese is yet to draw any valuable lessons from his brief incarceration in 2014 for smoking a banned substance in Ghana, weed.
The rapper and former product of Hammer’s Last 2 camp has publicly spoken enthusiastically of weed by saying it’s the secret behind his youthfulness in a fresh interview.
The Man Insane said he looks way younger than some of his colleagues who are within his age bracket.
He shared his ‘testimony’ when he was hosted in the studios of Angel TV by former rapper Okyeame Quophi.
“Take me and some of my friends or age-mates as a case study and you will think that they are way older than me”, he said.
The MadTime boss was in the news recently when he disputed claims made by connoisseurs and even Lasmid himself when he placed himself on top of the echelon in the music industry.
Lasmid Owusu Nathaniel, professionally known as Lasmid recently touted himself as the biggest artiste in Ghana presently in a radio interview.
The young man was hosted in the studios of Accra FM where he suggested that he’s ahead of mainstream and evergreen acts such as Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and others.
Although he did not mention anyone’s name, he said his style is unique and that has made him a hot cake as his songs have dominated digital streaming platforms.
The ‘Friday Night’ crooner said his statement is not in any way designed to belittle anyone but judging from his meteoric rise in the industry, he believes he has what it takes to hold that bragging right.
Besides, a lot of fans subscribe to this belief and accord him reverence as such.
It’s against this background that rapper Kwaw Kesse has clarified that Lasmid is not a pedestal where he can comfortably make this claim.
He admitted the youngster has the biggest song at the moment but not the best in the meantime.