Despite hurting and upsetting his ex-girlfriend, who gave him unwavering support, Ypee is unconcerned since “it’s her heart that’s broken.”
In his interview with Delay, the musician revealed that despite his parents’ support during his time as a student at the University of Ghana, he dropped out a month into his studies because he urgently needed money.
He stated in the interview that Ghent Multimedia was monitoring, “I wanted ‘block money’ which is why I left the school. Also, being at Legon, I couldn’t endure the pressure. As a level 100 student, there was a hostel called Pent. When I pass by the hostel, the kind of cars I see over there, are my dream cars, and I want those cars too.”
“I saw a girl, I tried calling her, and the next thing I saw was her pressing the key to her car, so I then thought, ‘Oh, is this the case’,” he continued, explaining how these events influenced his choice to drop out of school.
As he struggled to survive, he met a different woman who gave him financial support. With the money she gave him, he allegedly invested in “family enterprises”.
“She liked me so I told her to support my dream which is the music I do. She was my girlfriend; we dated for two years,” Ypee revealed.
A curious Delay asked: “So after you made it, you left her?”, to which Ypee answered “I didn’t leave her. She noticed we couldn’t be together. My focus was different and she noticed we couldn’t get along.”
Ypee revealed that the aforementioned woman was four years his senior.
“Was your heart broken when you stopped dating, then?” Delay enquired.
The 27-year-old said without hesitating, “For me, I wasn’t broken-hearted. I am unable to speak for her.
Delay then questioned, “So you don’t care about whether she was heartbroken or not?” in an effort to gauge his feelings towards the separation.
“No, she’s the one whose heart is broken; she is the victim,” Ypee retorted.