Serwaa: Celebrity Lookalikes Storm Fella Makafui’s Movie Premier To Face Medikal
- The lookalikes of Ghanaian celebrities have stormed the Accra mall to meet Medikal in person at Fella Makafui’s “Serwaa” movie premiere
- Lookalikes of Kuami Eugene, Medikal, Mr Drew And King Promise attended the movie premiere in clothes that were similar to that which the original artistes mostly wear
- In the hilarious video, they declared that they were there to claim Medikal’s girls and announce their presence
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The lookalikes of some Ghanaian celebrities have stormed the movie premiere of actress Fella Makafui’s Serwaa series to meet Medikal and the actress in person.
In a trending video from the Accra mall, where the premiere took place, Ghanaian blogger GhKwaku approached the celebrity lookalikes who had earlier opened registration for new members and asked them to say something to the camera after spotting them.
The lookalike of King Promise, Robest GH, approached the camera and said he had arrived with his colleagues to claim Medikal’s girls from him and had also come to announce their presence at the event.
“We have come. Today we are here. We are coming to win all the girls from Medikal. Tell Fella and Medikal that we have arrived”, he said
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Watch the video of the celebrity lookalikes below
Some Ghanaians reacted to the videos of lookalike
some Ghanaians reacted positively to the video, excited and talking about Medikal’s resemblance to his lookalike, while others complained about their outfits
This thing all medikal den king promise look alike Dey bore me paa
Can’t they dress well? Me drew look like is a nice guy, but his dressing nu
Nooo but they actually do look like them oo
Celebrity lookalikes release a diss track for Medikal
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported earlier that after Medikal advised the celebrity lookalikes to desist from impersonating artistes but a member of the group retaliated.
The group, who officially named themselves the Four Kings Lookalike Association, wrote a song that criticizes Medikal and other people who are opposed to their newfound success.
Medikal had previously advised members of the group not to use celebrities as a source of income. He counselled them to seek employment rather than con people with their “appearances.”.
Published by: yen.com.gh