Young Ghanaian musician, Akaateba Christopher Akanvarichaab who is known as Teflon Flexx has shared what he went through the last time he went to church.
The young and talented musician made this known in a recent interview he had on the popular Ghanaian radio station, Hitz FM.
According to him, he had a bizarre moment the last he went to church stating that he was stopped from entering the church because they assumed that he was a criminal.
Failing to mention the name of the church in the interview, he said;
“The last time I attended church, they stopped me from entering because they assumed I was a criminal.
The church security heckled me as though I was a criminal.”
Teflon Flexx is one of the fastest rising Ghanaian musicians who is about to take the music landscape by a storm.
The Tamale-based artiste, whose area of specialization includes Hip-hop, Afropop, Dancehall, and other notable genres, said he had always had a passion for music right from infancy.
The former product of St Charles Minor Seminary cites Ghana’s biggest artist, Sarkodie as his major influence.
Speaking about Sarkodie, he said;
“Sarkodie has always been my musical idol because he has proven that music can be very successful and he has really taken Ghanaian music to places and It is always going to be a dream come true to perform with or on the same stage with Sarkodie and I know hard work will get me there.”
He writes all his songs and has performed in some of the biggest shows in Wa, Tamale and Bolga.
During his leisure time, he does some research to augment his craft. He watches documentaries, listens to music, and reads as well.