PH Raw Opens Up About Financial Struggles as an Artist, Shares Reality of Being Broke and Trying to Make Music

  • PH Raw is taking away the glamorised misconceptions about those who work in the entertainment industry
  • The producer took to social media to share the heartbreaking reality of his current financial situation as he continues to make music
  • One of the truths shared by the media personality is that he has been silently living from hand to mouth for the past seven years

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PH Raw has shared a freeing truth about his financial status. The music producer told his followers that he has not been having the best relationship with money for the past seven years. PH expressed that even after such heavy struggles, he remains a giving person.

PH Raw has shared an honest statement about his financial situation.
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PH Raw has made it clear that making music was a sacrifice rather than a choice. The musician has been living in financial distress all for the love of his passion.

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TimesLIVE reports that he took to his social media share a long statement detailing what he has been going through for the last seven years.

One of the Instagram posts read:

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“As a producer and artist, most of my career I’ve been broke. I’ve lived hand to mouth. I left everything I had going for me for the music. Ever since I lost my home, car and family. I am a broke artist, I am a broke producer, I am a broke man,”

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The untimely passing of rapper Riky Rick has opened various discussions about mental health amid wide speculations around his cause of death. Bonnie spoke about a conversation she had with her therapist who explained that the line of work she is in has a tendency to push depression.

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