Ghanaian musician Lord Paper born Michael Takyi-Frimpong is now on his knees weeping massively on the fact that people are refusing to play his kinds of music in the country.
Lord Paper is well recognized for his 2016 controversial x-rated “Awurama” video which many have described as a soft p*rn attracting so many criticisms to the extent of affecting his sprouting music career.
Many Ghanaians were on the neck of the artist when he released the music video for his song “Awurama,” and even called for a prophecy on him.
Lord Paper speaking in an interview recently on Hitz 103.9 FM has revealed that people are refusing to play his songs all because they view him as a po*n star.
He explained that Ghanaians have tagged him as a n*de artist all because of the way he started his music career but it was just a one-time thing.
He assured Ghanaians that he has changed for the better and will not be producing anything that will portray n*ked staffs in his songs.
The ‘Awurama’ hitmaker on his recent conversion to Christianity revealed that it was a deep discussion between him and his mother.
He said, his mother really likes his songs and advised him to apply the positive content in his music to his real life and that led to his encounter with the Man of God.
‘Lord’ was recently reported to have been warned by a prophet about an impending death if he fails to give his life to Christ.
However, he went to see a Man of God for prayers and repentance in other to avert the doom prophecy.