Amoh, also known as Andy Dosty, revealed that he had been separated from his children’s mother for a year.
Andrew Amoh’s marriage to disc jockey and radio personality has fallen apart.
“We’ve been apart for a year.” The children aggravate the situation. “They make me unhappy every time I visit them,” he remarked.
He stated that life has been difficult for him after their divorce due to the children.
“It [divorce] is not a positive thing, as attorneys and counselors always tell us. I was in pain. “I cry every time I see my children,” he added.
“I believe we can exercise patience when children are involved.” There are far too many problems that can be fixed with patience. Where are you heading after you leave the marriage? “Do you know what you’re going to go through in your next relationship?” he asked during an interview with XYZ TV.
Andy Dosty, a broadcaster and DJ, has hosted a number of programs in Ghana and elsewhere, including the premiere of ‘The Taste of Afrika.’
Dosty was appointed to the Ghana DJ Awards board of directors in 2018. Dosty was also chosen as an ambassador for the International Youth Empowerment Foundation’s annual youth summit in 2019.
Dosty released a single named ‘Love You Die’ in 2019 with Kuami Eugene. Later that year, he created controversy by seeking public opinion on a social media statement made by Ghanaian dance hall musician Shatta Wale. Dosty later claimed responsibility for helping Wale become a successful artist in Ghana. Dosty, according to Wale fans, skewed the facts.
Dosty fired up-and-coming performer Okese 1 in 2021 for being late to his studio and acting rudely.