Former Ghanaian rapper now born-again Christian Yaw Siki, has disclosed that his gory accident in 2013 was God’s plan to fulfil the purpose in his life.
It will be recalled that rapper Criss Waddle recently said, the former hiplife artiste Yaw Siki was forced to give his life to Christ because of potholes and the bad state of the Accra-Tema Motorway.
But in an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Chat, which airs on SVTV Africa, Brother Yaw as he is now called refuted the claim and said, his accident was God’s plan to fulfil God’s purpose in his life.
“You know God used the accident to draw me closer to Him, for me to know Him and see His power, so for me, my accident was God’s plan to fulfil His purpose in my life.”
Asked whether he is still cool with his old friends, he replied “we don’t get time to sit and chat like we use to do but sometimes we chat on social media.” he added.
After surviving a gory accident in 2013, the musician, born Isaac Okai, gave his life to Christ and started preaching the gospel.
The accident on the Accra-Tema Motorway did not just leave him bedridden for months, but it also renewed his faith in God.
Yaw Siki, who had his debut hiplife song “Wope Dodo” in 2011, switched from secular music to gospel in appreciation of God’s favour for him and the second chance offered him.
Brother Yaw is currently promoting his new single “Gyina” which features Kofi Karikari and produced by JMJ.
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