Rapper and hiplife legend Obrafour has said, he is grateful for his life after suffering from an ailment that nearly claimed his life.
Recounting the grave moments from three years ago, the hitmaker said he had no hope for the future while at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
“I battled with so many sicknesses I remember at the intensive ward in Korle Bu, it was that grave. Even doctors couldn’t give me any positive feedback,” he said in a recent interview on EWITHBECKS.
Obrafour told Joy News’ Becky although he went through a lot, he was given a second chance to live again.
He added, “I’ve been at the junction of life and death and for God to bring me back I realise I’m here for a purpose and I don’t take it for granted.’’
The rapper is currently on a media tour to create awareness about his ‘Pae Mu Ka’ concert. The concert is aimed at celebrating 20 years since the release of his album ‘Pae Mu Ka’.
Obrafour is also preparing to serve fans with a new album.
Watch the interview below:
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