“My Headmaster Forced Me To Sign A Bond Of Good Behaviour To Prevent Me From Skipping Class" - Tog
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, better known by his stage name Yaw Tog, has revealed that he was forced to sign a bond in school because his parents didn’t want him to skip classes in order to concentrate on his music career.
The young bull who recently completed his secondary education at the Opoku Ware Senior High School (OWASS), said his headmaster had to force him to sign a bond of good conduct, promising never to miss school for his music career until he finished his last paper.
Yaw Tog claimed in a recent interview on the grounds of his school that he didn’t have the freedom to do as he pleased even after achieving international recognition as a result of his schooling.
He stated that his headmaster had to have him sign a bond in order to keep him from interfering with his studies.
He said that the bond he signed forced him to miss roughly 50 concerts, which he claimed had a negative impact on his business.
He who played at the Ghana Party In The Park in the United Kingdom while still studying for his final test, stated that he is now planning to release more hit songs and devote all of his resources and efforts to his music brand.