Ghanaian musician, Fameye has listed the number of menial jobs he did before he became famous.
Born Peter Famiyeh Bozah, the Bogoso indigene rose to fame through his ‘Notin I Get’ song.
Speaking on Hitz FM, Fameye disclosed he used to pick refuse from people’s homes to survive.
He also sold sobolo, farmed and fetched water to make a living.
Fameye stated that the people in the area he was staying, will be his witness.
“I won’t go back to where I used to be but I will remember where I used to be. Anyone who lives at Kwabenya, Mosuku or Ashongman Estate will know that I’m not lying about certain things I used to do before.
“Kwabenya East Police post, I used to fetch water for people there to flush toilets when they make an arrest. I was the one who planted the lawns and painted the place. I weed the whole community. Everyone knows that I am hardworking,” Fameye revealed.
“I have a potato farm in front of the house and I sold ‘sobolo’. I worked at noon and at night. In the morning, I go to sell ice cream at a school called Faith Foundation. I have sold sim cards and done all the menial jobs before,” he added.