Black Sherif, a Ghanaian hip-hop sensation, joked that fellow singer Yaw Tog wanted to go to nursing school after graduating from high school.
On Wednesday, October 6, Yaw Tog graduated from Opoku Ware Senior High School (OWASS) after passing the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Malcolm Nuna, a fellow musician, paid him a visit at the examination center shortly after he finished the exam to congratulate him.
However, another of Yaw Tog’s close friends, Black Sherif, came to Twitter to taunt him about his plans after high school.
Yaw Tog, according to the “Second Sermon” hitmaker, is thinking of studying nursing, a field dominated by women.
“@YAWTOG_ say he wants to go nursing training,” Black Sherif tweeted.
The tweet got social media users laughing out loud, but other’s thought the profession is lucrative.
“What’s the matter with that?” Nurse practitioners in the United States, for example, can earn six figures,” a tweep stated.
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Despite being a student, Yaw Tag has managed to break into the mainstream market and won thousands of hearts with his drill tracks, and he moved over to a broader audience when Ghanaian-British rapper Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur remixed the song.
This year, he earned two big honors. With “Sore,” he won the 2021 3Music Awards for “Hiphop Song of the Year” and the 2021 Vodafone Ghana Awards for “Best Hip-Pop Song of the Year.”
Yaw Tog is also the first Ghanaian musician to ever have a music video on YouTube with over one million views.