Dangbana Republik frontline act, Bella Shmurda, has recounted what it was like growing up as the headmistress' son.
On the Tea with Tay podcast, the singer said that his mother didn’t allow him to be problematic and he couldn’t be himself among his peers.
He explained that his friends are always quick to threaten to report him to his mother anytime he misbehaved.
“She didn’t allow me to be problematic. I could not be myself.
"Any time I fuck up, even my mate will say ‘I’ll go and tell your mummy’.”
He mentioned that his mother was a disciplinarian who did not shy away from calling him up on the assembly ground to reprimand him.
“She changes it for me anywhere. Even on the assembly ground; ‘Tosin, Ahmed, you didn’t wash your uniform’.
"My mummy will disgrace me that I didn’t wash my school uniform.
“She will discipline you in front of your friends,” he said.
Speaking further, Bella Shmurda said that he was not stubborn as a young boy but he was not academically sound either.
“I wasn’t that stubborn though. I was not just academically sound.
“I was not doing well educationally, but I was intelligent.
"When it comes to doing English, you cannot see me there.
“My mum is a teacher does not mean that I will have her knowledge,” he said.
He mentioned that music has always been in him because he was a band prefect in primary five and the music prefect in primary six.
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