If fans of Twene Jonas were expecting the usual "glass nkoaa" and "whe fom" videos from Twene Jonas, they would have been greatly disappointed in the latest video he uploaded on social media.
Twene Jonas, who is a fierce critic of government and the system of governance in Ghana usually hit hard at those at the helm of affairs, sometimes landing in trouble for using "unspeakable" words against them. His campaign dubbed "heaven on earth" has gathered some sympathizers across the country and even outside the country.
In his latest video which was meant to celebrate one million viewership on YouTube for his Glass Nkoaa song, Jonas thanked his fans for the support shown him so far. To further show how happy he was, he demonstrated some dance moves, which is rare and the first of its kind.
You can see the full video on his social media handle to verify how good and dancer Twene Jonas is, or otherwise.
For now, we have a few scenes from the video below.
Are we to expect more dance videos from Twene Jonas showcasing his dance moves?
We only wait to see.
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