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Kwesi Arthur’s Father Accompanies Him To The Barber Shop (WATCH)

Kwesi Arthur has cracked up his fans with laughter after his strict dad who doubles as an elder of the Church Of Pentecost, Mr. Danso followed him to a barbering shop.

You could recall that Kwesi Arthur has had to change his hairstyles a couple of times over the years.

Apparently, his dad is a staunch Christian who is very strict on the way his children portray themselves to society. His dreadlock has become an issue of contention in the house so Mr Danso decided to escort his son to the barbershop and monitor how his son would like to cut his hair to reflect his values.

Most artists seem to be on their own with the freedom to look however they like but that is not the case for Kwesi.

It was all fun as the barber and kwesi Arthur beamed with smiles as his father looked on while he was being shaved.

In other news, Sensational Ghanaian vocalist, Gyakie has revealed how she reacts to naysayers and critics about her music career.

The singer burst onto the stage with her hit song, ‘Forever’ and many people had some reservations about how far she could go in the music industry. Many entertainment critics saw her as a flash in the pan.

Gyakie admitted that she was aware of individuals who predicted the end of her career during an interview with Giovani Caleb on Showbiz 360. And she has no intention of ignoring it any time soon.

She intimated that even though some people collect receipts to stoke resentment toward criticism, she has a different philosophy towards negative news and her motivation is to improve herself as a person.

In her words: “I have seen a couple. Oh, I have receipts. I always keep them when I see somebody saying something bad about me. There’s this thing that I have started doing. I take a screenshot, and I save it. Because you know there’s always something you would get to say in the future.”

Source: www.GHgossip.com

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