Kofi Mole refutes irate claims after falling offstage
The “Aposor Gangster,” Kofi Mole has refuted claims that his fall on stage was caused by an irate feeling after abusing drugs.
According to him, there was pressure backstage but did his best to deliver.
After Kofi Mole fell offstage many people linked his fall to abuse of substance but he denied the claims.
Reacting to his fall after his performance at the opening of the 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held in Accra yesterday, the “Don’t be late” hitmaker noted that the pressure on stage was tough but his performance was massive and there was no two ways about it.
“There was a bit pressure behind stage but we tried our best,” he said.
Kofi Mole admitted that he fell on stage and had mix-feeling about the incident.
“There was some ups and downs but it was OK, ibi cool. Kofi Mole will always try his best,” he added.
The artiste from “Ground Up Charle,” a social group promised that he would not allow the short-fall take away his energy in the industry.
He maintained that his performance was great and was poised to do his best to make Ghana music excel.
Kofi Mole expressed optimism that he would at least win two awards from the three categories he was nominated for.
“Don’t be late” which was his breakthrough song gain nominations for the Hip hop song of the year, and he gained hip hop artiste of the year as well as the breakthrough art of the year.
Kofi Mole urged his fans to keep voting for him to win at least two awards from the total categories he was nominated for.
He also revealed that the “Ground Up Charle” has beefed up it game and all the artistes in the group are coming up with something super and urged Ghanaians to watch out.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE