The recent celebrity madman has come out to speak once again. I believe you heard of this mentally-challenged man after he made a comment that “Mo na mo bl3” which went viral across the whole country. Lately, after this mad man became famous in Ghana, he was not heard from again. No one knew of his whereabouts or what he had been doing all this while. It seemed as if he never existed until he turned up on Atinka news.net.
This celebrity madman was seen in a video being interviewed by a media reporter. The reporter asked him to kindly speak to Ghanaians about where has been all this time he literally vanished into the air. Shockingly, he told the interviewer right in his face that he wasn’t going to be interviewed for free. The madman then claimed he wouldn’t speak to Ghanaians unless he gave him 2 million, that is, 200 Ghana cedis.
Even the madman has been experiencing these hardships going on in the country. Quite hilarious but it’s really a problem to deal with. No one knows as to the main reason why he wanted that sum of money for. This is because, as a madman, we clearly know he has no financial needs. Ghanaians have started to wonder whether he is really mad or it’s just a cover-up to make money out of his fame. The madman is really trending across the whole country.
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