Rapper C-Zar Quits Music To sell ‘Electrical Parts’

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Ghanaian rapper C-Zar has said goodbye to music and has ventured into electrical business after gracing the industry for over a decade. His decision was influenced by the fact that show business is not more lucrative, and he could end up going broke.

 

According to him, he started the electrical business alongside the music but realized that the music which was non-profit was taking most of the time hence had to decide on one.

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C-Zar in an interview with Zylofon FM said the decision to venture into electrical business has helped him, disclosing that he has expanded the business by opening other branches.

“I have quit music for good, I don’t want to die poor. Sincerely, show business doesn’t pay in our part of the world. See how all the veterans die as if they have never been in the limelight.

“I don’t even want to see myself in such a condition in future where my family has to appeal for funds to take care of me should I fall sick,

“I nearly collapsed my electrical business because I was focused on doing music but realizing that the electrical business was more profitable, I had to quit the music”, he revealed.

 

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As a reminder, C-zar in the early 2000s became the talk of Ghana with hits like “Araba Lawson”, “Mercy Lokko”, others.