It is obvious that celebrities in Ghana are not good when it comes to the display of dance skills. Most Ghanaian celebrities especially those in the media have always try to dispute the fact that they are not good when it comes to dancing skills. Persons like Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, Geovani Caleb, Lexis Bill have always challenged status quo. They have always try to prove to the whole world that, just as they are good at radio and television presentation they are also good when it comes to dancing skills.
Geovani Caleb and Arnold Asamoah Baidoo are two persons whose dancing skills have caused many to talk as they display poor skills. The latest to join the competition is Visin1 radio presenter OB Nartey. A viral video on social media shows OB Nartey displaying his dancing skills which was no better than his colleagues.
This video has confirmed that most Ghanaian celebrities especially those in the media are not good when it comes to dance.
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