Millionaire Ghanaian Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Cheddar or Freedom Jacob Caeser, paid a Ghanaian barber in the United Kingdom close to $2000 for traveling there to give him a trim.
In a video posted on several social media blogs on July 18, 2022, the millionaire gave a thank-you speech after getting a haircut and then reached into his bag to retrieve some $100 bills.
"I appreciate you very much. I once more look 24. You are a good child, Nikki. I'm talking about traveling to Ghana only to get my hair cut. Why am I doing this? Why am I counting this money when you should have the whole thing? he asked.
The barber, who he named as Nikki, said, "Jeezz, Freedom Jacob Caeser, Thank you," unable to believe how much he had received. Following its dissemination on numerous social media sites, this news has prompted responses from a large number of individuals.
Check out some of the responses below:
"Starting today, I won't be paying my barber ghc10. I'll raise it to ghc11," a user declared.
"Everything is always on the internet," another person continued, "so when they need their lives back, they can't get it."
You mean you paid $1000 for this 'Tabitakum' hairstyle, the third teased?
Link to the video below;
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