They steal from me—Reggie Rockstone reveals why he changes workers like his boxer shorts

Reggie Rockstone
Reggie Rockstone

In a recent interview, Reggie Rockstone disclosed that he has had to fire some of his workers because they stole from him.

He further stressed that he often hires new employees because many of his current staff members not only steal but also have a poor work ethic. Reggie shared this revelation on Property FM based in Cape Coast.

“It’s not been easy since I started operating my own company and the workers are very lazy whilst some are also thieves. As for stealing it’s so enormous that’s why we regularly change the workers quite often like my boxers and you have to always keep an eye on them.

In fact we have to be careful about the youth of Ghana because they all want to achieve something very fast and after employing them they steal from me. “They are so corrupt in all their endeavours and these are the same people who will grow and end up as a politician in future,” he told the host Amansan Krakye.

Reggie advocates for global recognition for waakye

Hiplife grandpapa Reggie Rockstone firmly believes that Waakye reigns supreme as the ultimate meal in Ghana, surpassing the renowned jollof rice.

With this conviction, he advocates for Ghana to embrace and promote this beloved delicacy as a symbol of our nation rather than engaging in the ongoing rivalry with Nigeria over who prepares the best jollof rice.

The rapper, singer, and dancer assert that it’s time to commemorate and promote Waakye globally, emphasizing its distinctive qualities and flavours. Reggie Rockstone expressed his dismay at the disregard shown to waakye, a dish with strong cultural ties in Ghana.

“Jollof doesn’t belong to us; it comes from Senegal. Our own food, Waakye, has been neglected, and we’re rather fighting others for what belongs to someone else.” 

Reggie Rockstone further highlighted the distinct qualities of waakye, drawing attention to its rich flavour, unique preparation methods, and cultural significance. “When you look at waakye’s features and special effects that surround it and you compare it to Jollof, you’ll realise Jollof is nowhere near Waakye,” he asserted.

The musician called on Ghanaians to unite in championing Waakye and showcasing it as a symbol of Ghana’s culinary excellence. “Instead of arguing with Nigeria over Jollof, let’s prioritise Waakye, which comes from Ghana in high esteem.”

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