Ghanaian rapper Ko-Jo Cue is well known for his hard bars and thought-provoking music.
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Born in Bantama, the Ghana Institute of Journalism graduate, is rated as one of the best lyricist coming out of Ghana.
A year ago he released his critically acclaimed album ‘For My Brothers’ and he’s been on the high since.
Ko-Jo Cue joined the Check Your DM team for an interesting talk on Heartbreaks, BDSM, and being a better Ally and we were able to fish out 5 interesting facts about the rapper most of you don’t know about.
Firstly, Ko-Jo Cue’s real name is Linford Kennedy Amankwaa (You definitely knew that), but did you know he hates his first name ‘Linford’?
Not much is known by the public about his religious affiliations but one thing we realized is that Ko-Jo Cue doesn’t believe in prophecies and isn’t really into spiritualism.
Ko-Jo is married to Dr. Priscilla Kolibea Mante (Neuropharmacologist, a researcher and lecturer from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology) but guess you didn’t know they met on social media – specifically on the now defunct Blackberry Messenger. Find out how it happened on CYDM.
Although he has a couple of love songs, you still won’t put Ko-Jo Cue in the romantic bracket due to his sound, however, the rapper is probably a hopeless romantic.
Finally, the last interesting thing about Ko-Jo Cue is that he is a voyeur. He enjoys watching other people having sex rather than engaging in it.
Listen to this week’s episode of Check Your DM to find out more interesting facts about Ko-Jo Cue.
Listen to show here: https://buzzsprout.com/1343371/6361561
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Story by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh