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I was happier when I was poor — American singer Akon says » Nsemkeka

Singer and businessman of Senegalese descent, Akon has said he was much happier when he was poor because he has come to the realization that life is tougher for the rich than the poor.

He made this statement in the wake of actor Michael K. Williams’ death which sadly occurred back in September 2021. The artist had used Williams’ death as proof that the more money one makes, the more problems they encounter.

Speaking in an interview with TMZ, he said, “Nobody can sit there and tell me, that I didn’t go through poverty. I was the young African kid, barefoot and playing soccer in the village with no electricity, no running water, I knew what that looked like – believe me, I know what poverty looks like.

But I also know what success looks like, and from my personal experience, I’m having more problems successfully dealing with all that comes with success than I had when I was poor. I was actually happier when I was poor.”

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