Yaw Tog: “Go and Learn” Comments Must Stop After Thursday

Ghanaian music act Yaw Tog recently took to his twitter handle to inform Ghanaians to stop trolling him with comments such as “go and learn” under his tweets starting from Thursday.

After Thursday, Yaw Tog will be done with his 2021 WASSCE exams. The “SORE” hit-maker who has featured the likes of UK sensation Stormzy had a hard time this past months with people telling him to “go and learn” instead of tweeting.


Yaw Tog, who is a final year student of Opoku Ware Senior High studying General Arts, is part of those writing this year’s 2021 WASSCE exams.

The “Sore” hit-maker took to his Twitter page to warn trolls who constantly asked him to take his studies serious to put an end to it when he is done with his papers.

His tweet even attracted more trolls and hilarious memes.





This year’s WASSCE exams has been marred by numerous claims on leakages. After Thursday, Yaw Tog will be expected to give his fans and music lovers across the globe with good hits.

Despite being a student, Yaw Tag has managed to break through the mainstream market and has won thousands of hearts with his drill records.

His rise to stardom begun with his single “sore” that had the likes of Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur joining for the remix.

Yaw Tog won the Best Hip Hop Song of the year at the 2021 3Music Awards and Vodafone Ghana Music Awards respectively.

He is seen to be the next face of Ghana music with his drill songs. He has also featured on Tim Westwoods platform in the UK as well as Apple Music.

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