Multiple award winning rapper, E.L has taken a U-turn from his confession of working as a delivery guy to make ends meet in the United States of America.
He said his confession was not true and was a mere agenda to gain attention from the public.
It could be noted that the “Obuu Mo” hitmaker recently revealed to 3Music TV that there was a point in his life when he had to work as a food delivery guy in the US just to keep body and soul going.
However, he told Andy Dosty yesterday during his Daybreak Hitz program that his revelation was to drive attention for him to trend, which he claimed, yielded positive results.
“Andy let me be very honest you be my bro, that whole thing ebi agenda we dey do. I no for do that thing but it’s one of those things. In the spur of the moment sometimes you get carried away,” E.L said in Pidgin.
He then apologised for his act, stressing that those he was working with influenced him to act in that manner in order to trend.
“It was more like an attention grab and I shouldn’t have done it. It was also influenced by some people around me. I was fresh off the flight and I wanted to get something trending and it did trend,” E.L added.
Known privately as Elom Adablah, he is a record producer, rapper, and sound engineer noted for his hits tracks “Kaalu,” “One Ghana,” “Auntie Martha,” “Shelele,” “Mi Naa Bo Po,” “Koko” and “KaaBuAme” among others.
Source: Ghana/MaxTV/MaxFM/max.com.gh/Joyceline Natally Cudjoe