Ghanaian rap king, Sarkodie says he doesn’t own many cars because he believes buying it is a waste of money.
Speaking to Pulse Kenya in an interview, Sark said he would rather invest in other profitable things than buying cars.
According to him, when he decides to purchase a car, he chooses the ones that can stand the test of time and not its beauty.
“I don’t like spending money on cars. If I get a decent good car that stands the test of time I could use it but I feel it’s not worth it. Financially it doesn’t make sense. I don’t have much cars and if I want to get one, I want the type that regardless of time, it still look new. I think a lot before I make a purchase. I’m the type who always want to make sure I don’t go broke,” he said.
He also revealed in the interview that his first income as a musician was used to acquire a piece of land.
“I remember my first pay-check and it was from a show. Funny enough it was a tough decision for someone who has been hustling for a while and I had to treat myself. I got a piece of land. Literally the whole money for a land,” he said.
Sarkodie is currently in Kenya promoting his recently released studio album, “No Pressure”.