The creator of the current funny drawings of celebrities which is going viral brags about she being the first person to bring that craft using crayon to the world and that makes her a legend and should be celebrated.
On number one of current Ghana trends is a girl name Ashly Armah who has been making funny sketches of the likes of Shatta Wale, Fella Makafui and many celebrities and her craft has been going very viral.
Those funny sketches of celebrities with crayon has received endorsement from Fella Makafui, Shatta Wale, Cris Waddle and some other celebrities.
Before we talk about her post of being a legend and should therefore be celebrated, let us quickly take a look at some of her funny drawings of celebrities with crayon that are capable of breaking ribs.
Obviously those art are very funny and creative. According to the young Ghanaian girl, she is the first person to bring such craft using crayon to the world and she is a legend for doing that.
Ashly Armah made her bragging post on Instagram which many of her fans and followers admitted and hail her for being a legend. Screenshot of her post can be seen below.
Yes crayon has been abandoned in art but Ashly Armah added to her post that she won't people to know how important crayon is.
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