Kweku Chainz is one of the hilarious personalities we have in the country. He specializes in short-form reaction videos where he often compares Ghana to foreign countries.
Today, however, his attention was drawn to a man who had gone for a hilarious haircut. In the video, Kweku Chainz roasts the man saying that he gave the barber his hard-earned cash just for the barber to poor crude oil or dirty oil on his head.
He goes on to roast that right after the barbering saloon, the freshly shaven man would go on and soil the dresses of trotro passengers as it is highly likely for the large amounts of hair dye the barber used to come off easily.
Kweku Chainz's roast reaction caused massive laughter online as many asked that his girlfriend should be tagged as well.
Kweku Chainz could be very successful in the comedy or Kumawood industry, however, he has revealed that he can't handle fame too well and thus prefers to stick to hilarious commentary.
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