Afro pop star Kelvyn Boy tells some untold story of himself, from his infancy stage to his adulthood stage.
The Afrobeats singer revealed to Delay on her latest episode of “The Delay Show” that in some part of his life while growing up, his dad stopped giving him the needed attention a father should have given to his son.
Sadly, according to Kelvyn Boy, his mother passed away when he was young and from there his father has to take fully charge of well-being.
Coming from a family where all its members attend Seventh Day Adventist Church, Kelvyn Boy stopped attending the church he born into because of his music career in which his father wasn’t in support of it.
The “Nana Ama” hitmaker revealed that his dad gave him tough time which nearly made him to end his musical career. First he stopped school to attend to shows and also he stopped attending SDA, this was the reasons his dad gave up on him while growing up.
He later revealed he’s in good terms with his father and he has forgiven him. “My father is contesting for an MP at Assin Fosu” he added.
Watch his interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso below
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