Yaw Tog, the young Ghanaian Drill rapper, recently made an unexpected revelation about his latest venture – pig farming.
The ‘Sore’ hitmaker responded to critics who questioned his decision to postpone his studies during an interview with Cookie Tee on TV3 New Day on July 12 by explaining that he took a break to concentrate on making more money and being involved in lucrative endeavors.
He went on to mention his recent interest in rearing animals, particularly his ownership of a pig farm in Kumasi.
“At the moment, I’m in the process of establishing a large pig farm in Kumasi. I’m actively working on it,” Yaw Tog revealed. Embracing his role as a farmer, he shared that his mother is managing his farming activities, making her his manager in that space.
Yaw Tog emphasized his commitment to animal farming, stating that he would solely focus on raising pigs. “My farm will primarily be dedicated to pig farming, but as it’s animal farming, it could expand to include other animals,” he clarified.
Yaw Tog, is a Ghanaian rapper who majors in drill music known in Ghana as Asakaa. He is best known for his viral song ‘Sore’