Gospel musician Ernest Opoku revealed that despite residing in Croverroom in Kumasi, the regional capital of Ashanti where his home became a hideout for drug dealers, he never tasted drugs as a youth.
The gospel musicians admitted that sometimes these drug dealers would hide their drugs in his house and come to them later, but he was in no way affected by his drug binges.
“They used to sell drugs in our house… that was their selling point and sometimes we hid drugs in our house for them and all that,” Ernest Opoku revealed in an interview with Hello FM in Kumasi spotted by BanglaWebTools.com.
When asked if he had tasted drugs before, he replied that although he lives in one of the most notorious communities for the drug trade, he had never tasted it.
“I used to live in Krofrom Colombia, pardon me for saying that, when you talk about this community, everyone knows they deal hard drugs. That’s where Ernest Opoku lived but I never used some of it,” Dave Hammer told “Entertainment Review” host Dave Hammer in meet him.
Ernest Opoku was at the show to promote his latest song which according to him is to celebrate 20 years in the music industry.
“So I thank God for protecting me from engaging in such work. This is exactly what I thank him for in the show that has yet to happen,” he said.