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I’m from a rich home; Alampan hitmaker Jay Dee denies selling skipping ropes for a living (Video)

I’m from a rich home; Alampan hitmaker Jay Dee denies selling skipping ropes for a living (Video)

Ghanaian hiplife musician and ‘Alanpan’ hitmaker Jay Dee has rubbished reports that he sells skipping ropes for a living.

Speaking in a one on one Whatapp video interview with Ghanaian celebrity journalist and blogger Attractive Mustapha, the musician said that he is from a very rich family and that there is no way he can be poor to the extent of resorting sales of skipping ropes to make ends meet.

He explained that apart from being a musician, he is a creative person who is good at designing so he uses his leisure time to be around his sister who sells ropes and creative things.

He added that, he has also spent most of his life time around his sister and that particular area for years even before he became a musician and that he is used to staying around them.

” Ask everyone around the market, I have been part of them and I’m still part of them not because I’m poor, it’s my home.” He told Attractivemustapha.com

He then urged the general public to ignore the reports that he is poor and needs help because they are untrue.

Attractivemustapha.com

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