Sam Safo, the Ghanaian rapper residing in the United States who is known in entertainment circles as Showboy, has said that his ambitions of becoming one of the finest artists the world has ever seen have been put on hold since he was late for his late father’s burial.
Showboy is presently serving a fifteen-year prison term in the United States after allegedly stabbing and biting an acquaintance after a brawl in a Lawrenceville apartment.
Showboy was convicted of aggravated violence in July 2016 following an incident that occurred at the Wesley Herrington flats. He is presently serving his sentence, but he continues to keep his followers up to speed on his conditions in jail and lends his voice to current events on social media.
In a recent tweet, the rapper expressed his greatest apologies for not being able to fulfill his ambitions, claiming that his late father’s dreams were delayed because he was late to his funeral in 2015. Showboy asked for advice from his late father while asking for forgiveness. He realized he had lost out on a lot.
Sometimes I feel my late dad delayed my dream because I was late to his funeral burial in 2015 .. …I ask for forgiveness DAD .. U NAMED ME AFTER U FOR A REASON .. I HAVE REALIZED ALOT ..GUIDE MY SOUL DADDY, he wrote on Twitter.