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“I Can’t Buy From My Favorite Gob3 Joint Because I’m Now a Star” – Gyakie

Individuals after they gain some level of popularity find it difficult to do some things.

Most celebrities even find it difficult to go to church and also leave their normal life because of the celebrity role they hold.

Gyakie, Ghana’s rising celebrity, likewise has cried out her inability to purchase and do somethings she use to do before due to the fact that she’s now a star.

In an interview with Kastle FM, the “Forever” hitmaker made it known that she’s currently adapting life as a celebrity.

She continued that she has stopped buying food from her favourite gob3 joint.

“There’s this woman who sells fried plantain and beans and it is one of my favourite food aside fufu but these days I can no longer go there to buy,” she said.

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“Because if I go there to buy and I meet about 50 people there, I’ll wait until they all finish buying before it gets to my turn but now, I can’t go again,” she told the host.

Gyakie added that, in addition to all of this, she must be aware of her surroundings.

“When you’re outside, you have to be conscious about everything that you’re doing. I will say celebrity status is a bit tough because I used to be a normal person.”

“But right now, everyone wants to see what’s going o in your life. I mean, I wouldn’t say it’s all negative but there’s also a positive side but sometimes it’s a bit tough. Nowadays when you’re walking in town, you have to check yourself because someone can put a camera on you unknowingly,” she added.

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ENOCH TANDOH

Tandoh Enoch is a Social Media Manager, Website Developer and Designer, Blogger, Content Writer and an IT Consultant . He is a creator and editor at Urbannewsgh.com, an online digital platform focusing on Credible and Timely news in Ghana and worldwide.

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