The former musician and founder of The People’s Project (TPP), Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A plus, has thrown strong jab to his critics and vituperators on social media today.
According to him, most of his despisers who insult and verbally abuse him on social media and other digital platforms are not handsome or beautiful. This is because sensible and handsome or beautiful people in Ghana always love and cherish him despite their affiliation.
“Kwame A Plus, every sensible and handsome/beautiful person in Ghana like me. Only ugly people insult me”, he said.
He made this comment after he met the founder and general overseer of Alive Chapel International, Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako at the 40th birthday of Prophet Addison.
Kwame A plus asserted in his Facebook post that Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako was excited to meet him.
He wrote that,
“The great Bishop Salifu Amoako was excited to meet the most liked person in Ghana at Prophet Addison's 40th birthday party”.
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