There are two great boxers in Ghana who have been entertaining Ghanaians for many years. Bukom Banku and Ayittey Powers have been hurling insults at each other on social media lately. The two used to be good friends, but their friendship has recently deteriorated. The exact reason for this virtual boxing match between these two boxers is unknown. No one knows who really punched the other guy with insults that resulted in them practically disgracing themselves.
The war, which many Ghanaians thought was a joke at first, has now escalated to a new level. Ayittey Powers asked Bukom Banku to show him his house if he has really made it in life in a response video shot from both sides as if they were fighting in a ring. To tease Ayittey, Bukom proceeded to display most of the items in his room. "See my shoes, see my TV, see my fridge, I use the best air conditioning, see my foam, better foam''. These words were his reply to Powers.
This is the second round of their heated online verbal fight. Both team seems to be carrying weight in their punches.
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