Fast Rising star, Kwame Yogot says he still believes Castro is alive and not dead as people believe.
According to him, Castro started supporting his music career but ‘things fell apart’ when he disappeared.
Speaking with B Ice on Agyenkwa FM, a sister station of Atinka FM, Kwame Yogot said what he misses about Castro is that he advises young artistes and encourages them to do more.
He said he was not surprised about how Castro was pushing Kofi Kinaata, adding that Castro had a good heart aside being a real person.
Kwame Yogot said apart from Castro who is real, another person he sees as being so real is Kuami Eugene, adding that the Artiste of the Year shows him the same love Castro showed him when he was around.
“If it is not what happened to Castro, I would have blown more but because of what happened I couldn’t get there. I don’t know, but I am not sure Castro is dead, because if he is truly dead then Ghana has lost a thing, he is a big person,” he said.
Castro disappeared during a Jet Ski cruise on the Volta River on Sunday, July 6, 2014.
Castro was said to have taken one of the Jet Skis available out on a cruise on the Volta River, along with Janet Bandu, while the others continued with their relaxation at the shore.
According to the reports, the Jet Ski was found later floating on the river but Castro and Janet have not been found since.
Castro De Destroyer, real name, TheophilusTagoe, was born in 1982. His debut album, Sradenam, released in 2003, shot him to public prominence and he followed up with subsequent hit albums including Toffee, Comm Centre and African Girls.
He earned the accolade, “The Destroyer” which was attached to his Showbiz name because most of his songs became instant hits. He was also called 50 Cent by close pals due to his striking resemblance to American rapper and artiste, 50 Cent.
Castro endeared himself to many when he released OdoPa which featured AsamoahGyan and Kofi Kinaata.