Ghanaian hip-hop artiste and CEO of AMG Business Kweku Addai popularly known as Criss Waddle has sent some inspirational words to his fans and followers.

The ‘King Kong’ hitmaker in a long post on his social media platforms advised that people shouldn’t wait to get old before they start making plans for their retirement.

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Criss Waddle stated that it is very advisable to build businesses that can cater for you when you are old and not become a liability to your children and family.

The CEO of AMG Business also stated that a poor old man is nasty but a rich old man is a sugar daddy

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“I warn you my brother, Nature does not smile on old men who did not cater for their old age when they were young, My brother build businesses that will feed you in your old age, Build friendship and goodwill that will serve you in your old age.

Old age could be very lonely and cruel for men who refused to plan for it, May you not become a liability on your children, May your children not wish you an early death when they can’t manage you again in your old age.

Poor old man is a nasty or salty old man, Rich old man is a Sugar daddy, Never forget the difference”, Criss Waddle shared on social media.

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Criss Waddle is popularly known for introducing rapper Medikal into the music industry and has been able to carve a niche for himself.

Criss Waddle can be regarded as one of the richest musicians in Ghana with many luxurious cars and houses to his credit.

He is also known for songs like ‘Bie Gya’, ‘Forgetti Obiaa’, ‘King Kong’ and several others.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.