The Tema-based rapper turned preacher, Yaw Siki who stopped doing secular music after his gory car accident on the Accra-Tema motorway five years ago has revealed that he is sometimes tempted to go back to secular music.
The preacher in an interview on TV3’s New Day program disclosed that he is tempted by the huge successes of Sarkodie, R2Bees, Yaa Pono and other musicians he started with in Tema to turn back on God and venture into secular music again.
“Honestly sometimes when I am there and I see some of the musicians I started with, and I see they are at certain levels, I feel that if I were there, I would have been up too, but I remember that I have a mission to fulfil, and that is what is more important, because many people will be blessed”, he said.
Preacher Yaw Siki says he will not give a hoot about all the temptations to go back to secular music because he knows the Abrahamic God he serves has something big waiting for him.
“I am not going back, even though I am tempted to, even though I am tested to, even though there are things that want me to go back, I am not going back because I am not fulfilled there. I wasn’t fulfilled, I was empty when I came to Christ”, Yaw Siki told Johnny Hughes.