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TV3 Mentor 6 winner now a pig Farmer

Information gathered from the Aframso No. 2 in the Ashanti Region of Ghana by Flex newspaper about winner of the sixth edition of TV3 Mentor Lee Stone has it that after the Mentor reality show, Stone is now a pig farmer.

Speaking with Flex newspaper, the caretaker of the pig farm Mrs. Victoria Boakye, who happens to be the mother of Stone, confirmed to the reporter that her son is a pig farmer.

“My son got into this business immediately after the Mentor reality show and God being so good, he started with only three pigs but now he has 182 pigs to boast with so I must say it is a step in the right direction,” Stone's mum disclosed.

Lee Stone, who is now called Yaw Stone also confirmed his venture into pig farming,: “I had an interest in making a farm, and also, I have a passion for feeding the nation so this will never be my last stop.

I will come up with other farming activities such as crop farming and another animal farming as well," he indicated.

According to Yaw Stone, real name Godwin BoakyeYiadom, “after Mentor it is just like a student after school. You have to face the world now all by yourself, so I think it is time for me to take over the Ghanaian music industry by way of making supper hits.

That is even one of the reasons I had to change the name, but it is my prayers that Ghanaians will accept me and support me in anything I do though I know that the Ghanaian industry has been very kind to me.

For now I have songs like Angel, Empress and the new single called Confusion which I am yet to promote.

Yaw stone who believes that “when a song is good, and it`s a possible hit, nobody can stop it so trust me I will be in Ghana here without going to Nigeria but my songs can make waves over there in as much as the song is good.

I don't think anybody can prevent it from making the impact it deserves” he intimated.

Source: Flex Newspaper

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