Reggie Rockstone, Ghana’s grandpa of Hiplife music, has confessed that he sometimes goes through depression when he sees children suffering.
Reggie Rockstone, who was interviewed on an Accra-based FM station , shared:
“I get depressed when I see children not living their life. When children are suffering, that does something to my heart and that is why during these Corona times, we’ve been feeding a lot of street children with my Rock’s waakye which is now the talk of town “,Reggie Rockstone said.
He revealed that with his waakye, his team, together with Father Campbell, and himself , they feed as much as 150 and sometimes 200 children daily.
Reggie Rockstone also added that, “If you visit my Instagram page, you will see the work that I have been doing. In fact, it’s been a very beautiful story because I own three pubs and with the break of the Coronavirus and the ban on social gatherings, work wasn’t standing so well”.
It is only by God’s grace, according to him, that his waakye has become the talk of town, with people from all over the world ordering hundreds of packs to give out during these Covid-19 times.
The Hiplife legend said that “It was only recently that my brother Shatta Wale was mocking me that I sell waakye but all of a sudden, something ugly has been turned to gold.”