Bombed Ghanaian artist turned radio moderator, Okyeame Quophi got some awesome savaging from some social media commentators in the wake of showing off his fake American accent
For reasons unknown, numerous Ghanaian VIPs choose to create unfamiliar accents for themselves, as though it makes them look more tasteful or very much voyaged or something different.
Okyeame Quophi, who commonly has a typical ‘local’ Ghanaian articulation, chose to sound like an American during an interview he as of late had with popular Nigerian actor James Ikechukwu Esomugha, prevalently known as Jim Iyke.
Okyeame Quophi’s inquiries and everything turned out in this enchanted new accent he had obtained only for having a conversation with Jim Iyke and guess what, some social media commentators chose to savage him on it as it truly sounded interesting.
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In other news, Isaac Braimah Kamoko prevalently known as Bukom Banku has said that it is smarter to be functioning as a security individual in America than being a working middle class in Ghana.
As per Bukom Banku, no work in Ghana can give its residents enough compensation to carry on with a comfortable life in mother Ghana.
Bukom Banku further said he will like to be a security man in the states than work in any middle class work in this country.
He added that plans are set up and he will before long say goodbye to Ghana just to go work in America, and may never return to the country.
The fighter said he has two years left in his boxing profession and he will pack his belongings after he hangs his gloves. Bukom Banku, a 41-year old, said he has obtained important abilities and aptitude to make his application for a task as a security man in the US a smooth one.
Isaac Braimah Komoko made this statement in an interview on Asempa FM, Accra based radio station.