Highlife musician, popularly known as KK. Fosu has hinted that he will take any amount to compose a song for the gay society in Ghana so as to campaign for them.
The controversial highlife musician said this in an interview on OK FM’s drive time that he doesn’t want to be like Ex Doe who has rejected a huge amount of money offered him, in the name of religion.
This follows the statement Ex Doe made on the show, explaining that his management was approached by some gay association in Ghana who offered an amount of Ghc50000, so he could make a campaign song for them. He explains that he turned down the offer because he is totally not in support of it, plus it goes against his religion. Contrarily, this offer when asked KK. Fosu was  heartly welcomed by him.
He said, “I think this is everyone with his rights, though here in Ghana it’s not our custom, but if this is my job like Ex Doe also has his job, I don’t see anything wrong with taking money to make a song for them. They are humans and if they want a song from me, then I’ll do it. I repeat, I’ll do it and take my money”.