Just when we all thought prison and life has a way of changing people, Kwaw kese has made us understand it is far from the truth. In 2014, Kwaw holidayed in the Kumasi prison after he was arrested smoking weed in public.
After spending some time in prison, he openly said he was not going to smoke again. It appeared that prison had served its purpose in his life and had changed him. We all thought the Swedru Agona crooner had become a new leaf.
In the latest interview with Lexis Bill, he openly disclosed that he still smokes.
“That issue is a public issue but if I am doing it under my bed that that is me. I was in the [United] States and I saw [watched] Kwami Sefa Kayi was on your show and he opened up that government should consider legalising [cultivation of ‘wee’] and not long ago after that Kwesi Pratt was also on radio advocating the same thing.
“That tells me some of our big men or big boys that we know, that we adore so much are preaching the same thing we are preaching.
“But if you don’t commercialise the thing to make it enjoyable, how can we enjoy?. commercially, other countries are making billions out of it. When the thing is economically good, enjoying it will be nice,” the ‘King of the Streets’ stressed.