Yaw Tog has reinforced a statement he made earlier this year about juju in the music industry and how he was nearly snuffed out spiritually by his colleagues who he described as fake friends.
Standing by his word when he had an interview on Cape Coast-based Kastle FM, the teenage rapper who took the world by storm with his Sore hit song two years ago said spiritual attacks abound in the industry.
Yaw Tog said, “You have to believe in whatever that you want to believe in but for me, I believe in God because he has been the one by my side all these while,” he remarked.
Some people also believe in whatever they believe in so it’s all about being strong in doing whatever that you are doing and that’s the most important thing.
Because if you are not strong enough spiritually in the Ghanaian music industry, someone might easily trample on you and waste your life so that’s it,” Yaw Tog told the host Amansan Krakye.