It seems Ghanaian entertainers are finding alternative sources of income in farming.
This is a growing trend started by Samini, John Dumelo, Hammer and others in showbiz, who have all ventured in other areas outside their expertise.
Tema-based rapper, Kwesi Arthur has revealed he would be going into farming.
In an interview with TV3, Kwesi Arthur explained why he intends to pursue farming aside his musical career.
“I have a passion for a whole lot of things but I might for into farming, like [bankye] farming,” he stated.
According to the ‘Grind Day’ hitmaker, his intention to go into cassava farming is borne out of his love for “fufu”.
“I like fufu a lot”, he said.
He added that his farming ambition will not cause him to drift from music, saying he will still be committed to doing more music and at the same time inspire himself and others.