Former AIDS Ambassador Joyce Dzidzor has disclosed that, she would have dated Akwaboah if she knew he would be famous.
Dzidzor Mensah in an interview revealed that Akwaboah Jnr once expressed interest in her when they were both members of Amandzeba’s Band.
According to the Ex AIDS Ambassador turned musician, she rejected the songwriter’s proposal adding that she saw the talented singer as too young to date her.
She disclosed how she regrets not accepting Akwaboah’s proposal though they kissed but never had sex.
“If I had known Akwaboah would’ve been this famous, I should’ve accepted his proposal right away. I regret telling Akwaboah, he is a small boy so I can’t date him. We both kissed and caressed but we never had sex though his actions show he wanted sex,” Dzidzor Mensah revealed.
Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr., known by his stage name Akwaboah Jnr, is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and producer.
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He wrote “Daa Ke Daa” for Becca and”Ayeyi Ndwom” for DSP Kofi Sarpong. Both songs won their respective artistes’ awards at the 2010 Ghana Music Awardswith Akwaboah subsequently being adjudged the “Song Writer for the Year” for”Daa Ke Daa”.
Akwaboah, who is a master keyboardist, has played for several local and international artistes including Hugh Masekela and John Legend, and has assisted several musicians to make it big in the industry.
He was signed by Sarkcess Music, a record label owned by BET Award winner Sarkodie. Akwaboah also produced and co-wrote BET Award winner Sarkodie’s fourth album Mary.