When it comes to the point where a person has to choose between following their dreams or going to school, it is always a hard one, however, Ghanaian rapper, Kofi Mole has revealed that he had no second thoughts about quitting school and pursuing his music career.
Even though he was almost through with his under graduate studies at the University of Ghana, Kofi Mole chose to leave and focus on his career.
According to the “Don’t be late” singer, his dad was not particularly happy with the choice he made even though he felt it was the right thing to do.
Speaking in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM, Mole said:
“My father wasn’t in support of me quitting school for music, it was either I go against my father and continue my music journey or obey him and quit music, but I chose music over schooling, and I knew I really hurt my dad with the decision I took, dad where ever you are I’m sorry, forgive me.”
Looks like Kofi Mole made the right decision because he turned out to be one of the most sought after rappers in Ghana right now.
His newest single, “Don’t be Late”, a totally different vibe from his rap songs, is doing so well.