My Mother Nearly Disowned Me When I Ventured Into Music – Kisa Gbekle

Kisa Gbekle, a Ghanaian actress and musician, has stated that her mother almost rejected her for pursuing music.

Kisa Gbekle revealed in a recent interview with Fiifi Prat on Kingdom Fm that her mother disliked the fact that she wore a swimsuit in her music videos.

Kisa claims that her mother disapproved of her singing career because it made her appear immoral.

“My mother threatened to disown me if she saw me in a bikini in one of my music videos.” She demanded that I dress properly or turn off the music. I started wearing bikinis because I was informed that if I wanted my music to sell, I needed to show a little skin.” Kisa revealed.

Kisa Gbekle has released her debut track, “Korkor.”

On social media, there has been a mixed reaction to the song. While some complimented her for taking the risk of pursuing music, others believe she should stick to acting.

In any case, she took to Instagram to issue a challenge for the song, which was made by dancer Incredible Zigi.

Kisa Gbekle released a video of herself going under the knife to get a larger backside a few months ago.

In an interview, she told Delay that the entire process cost her 60k cedis.

She revealed that she generated a lot of money from player transfers while explaining how she paid for the surgery.

Her football program, she claims, sold several players to Division One clubs Liberty Professionals and Bekwai Youth Football program.

“All I want is to look good for myself.” I had to pay for it myself. Despite the fact that I don’t have any money, I have a football team…”I had a (transfer) agreement with Liberty and Bekwai,” she explained.

When asked if the money from player sales was used to pay for the surgery, Kisa Gbekle said, “I swear to God.”
“I don’t think it was a good idea because I had other players that I had to take care of and buy other things for (them),” she continued.

Kisa Gbekle also disclosed that she came from a low-income household. She described her family’s poverty by saying they used to pick food from the waste dump.

“We were so poor that we had to walk miles to my mother’s junior sister to get corn flour.” We have to go to the borla to pick tomatoes or peppers, and we have to sit on the beach to catch one fish to prepare and eat,” she explained.

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