Zionfelix YouTube account with Over 450k Subscribers Terminated - Details Here
By EboSafo.com | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 0 views
Renowned Ghanaian blogger, radio personality, publicist, social media marketer and an event promoter, known in real life as Felix Adomako Mensah , known professionally as Zionfelix has been hit hard by a very bad news in his career.
The celebrity blogger posted on his social media handles few hours ago that, his YouTube account of over 450,000 Subscribers, with lot of his amazing videos have been terminated.
This is a sad news coming in from the camp of Zion Felix, who has worked very hard to the top.
In his post on Instagram, monitored by Ebosafo.com, he posted: "My YouTube account has been terminated. Someone hacked into it and was screaming something which violated their policies. Working around the clock to get it back".
EbosafoTV and entire Ghanaians pray and wish Zionfelix get back his account to continue his amazing work to the world.
Check out some of the Comments from his post below:
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