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“Cobra” hitmaker recounts childhood struggles and how she had her breakthrough

Gospel musician, Obaapa Gladys, famous for her hit song “Cobra,” recently shared her challenging upbringing in an interview on the Go online show with Sammy Kay.

She opened up about the hardships she faced, including selling pure water to survive.

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Obaapa Gladys attributed her struggles to her father’s neglect and emphasized her strong desire for education.

Unfortunately, she had to drop out of school when her father left her mother, and she had to rely on someone who promised to support her education.

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Despite facing considerable difficulties, she acknowledged the abundant grace of God in her life, expressing gratitude for how far she has come and the person she has become.

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