Okomfour Kwadee’s condition is ‘family matter’ –Quick Action 

Music producer Joseph Appiah, popularly known as Quick Action, has described Okomfour Kwadee’s current health situation as “family matter”.

A recent video of Kwadee who looks emaciated and unkempt, performing to a gathering, has raised serious concerns among music fans and creative industry stakeholders.

The video has since stoked a conversation about the current mental health status and general financial condition of the ‘Ofie Nipa’ hitmaker who has been to rehab a number of times in the past years.

Quick Action, a close friend of Kwadee, said on Joy FM‘s Showbiz A-Z that the last time he heard from him was November 2023. According to him, he was told by the musician that he had travelled to his hometown for a family reunion.

Asked how he felt when he first saw the video, Quick Action answered: “It has become a family matter so I can’t say much about it.”

He, however, noted that he tried to reach out to Kwadee but his number did not go through.

“No matter how much you love someone, you can never take medicine for them. There is a limit to what you can do for anybody,” he told the host Kwame Dadzie.

According to Quick Action, although he had offered help to the artiste in the past, he later received flak from a section of the public that he was rather exploiting him.

“There was a programme that I led him to perform at the RTP awards. People started accusing me of using Kwadee’s money for my trip to London. Meanwhile, Kwadee had gone for the performance money himself when I had not even returned to Ghana,” he said.

Source: Joy Entertainment


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