Tic claims he’s the first Ghanaian musician to buy a luxury car

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Ghanaian musician Tic formerly called Tic Tac who’s struggling to heal his sick music career for the past years after enjoying a good time in the early 2000s.

Consequently, Hiplife artiste and Chief Executive Officer of NK studios and pub, Nhyiraba Kojo not long ago advised veteran musicians including Tic to back off and pave way for young and rising artistes.

READ ALSO: From The Studio To The Fireside: Tic Tac Now A Pork & Pizza Seller

Errm back to the subject matter, Tic has shared photos of a car he bought about 20 years back. The car was one of the limited Crysler Lebaron edition at that time. Sources say it was the first luxurious car to be used by any musician in the early 2000s.

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