Chief Osei Bonsu, the acclaimed Ghanaian rap sensation known by his stage name Tulenkey, has revealed his contemplation on whether to embark on his National Service following his completion of tertiary education.
In a candid conversation with Felicia Osei on Adwuma Adwuma on Onua FM, Tulenkey shared his thoughts on the matter.
“Everything is fine. I haven’t started National Service yet but I will eventually. I’m still contemplating. I might do it,” he stated and added jovially that “I can add the money paid to that of mine to get $1million.’
Regarding the field in which he might choose to render his service, the alumnus of Adisadel College stated, “I think maybe a media house since I studied sound engineering.”
Sharing how life has been ever since he graduated from Abromedia Institute where he studied sound engineering, Tulenkey noted how difficult it was at the time to combine music with his studies though he pointed out that he had some good grades.
He also mentioned some of the challenges he faced being a student at the same time a popular personality.
“Everything is fine. Before completing school, I was doing music and that’s what I’ve been up to. At first, juggling both of them was an issue. It was kind of difficult but I was able to cope. My grades were okay. Everything has been on point and cool,” the rapper often hailed as the “Heir to Rap Music in Ghana said.
The ‘Child Abuse’ rapper continued, “All eyes were on me. I wasn’t getting that ‘alone time’ as everyone had their eyes on me. You’re even scared to make mistakes. It was quite uncomfortable.”
By Esther Aryee|3Xtra.Tv|Ghana