Lawyer Nti, Clemento Suarez crack ribs with remix of Ebony's popular song, "Maame Hwe"

Lawyer Nti, Clemento Suarez crack ribs with remix of Ebony's popular song, "Maame Hwe"

-The two comedians have remade the original song of Ebony Reigns

-The idea of the video was to speak against domestic violence suffered by men

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Comedians, Richmond Xavier Amoakoh widely called Lawyer Nti Katakyie Bombay Isaiah and budding actor, Clemento Suarez have come up with a creative remake of Ebony’s original song, “Maame Hwe”.

Lawyer Nti, Clemento Suarez crack ribs with remix of Ebony's popular song, "Maame Hwe"

Lawyer Nti

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The two comedians of the hilarious series, “Kejetia versus Makola” thrilled fans with a new music video titled ‘Paapa To’ which can be considered as the ‘male version’ of Ebony Reigns’ “Maame Hwe”.

The hilarious music video sought to address the issue of domestic violence; only this time, the man (Richmond Xavier Amoakoh) is the one being abused.

The two satirists appeared to have flipped the script and touched on the issue of abuse on men by their wives.

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The music video opens with Lawyer Nti being maltreated by his abusive wife. The Kejetia Lawyer then decides to call off the marriage but first seeks counsel from his dad (Clemento Suarez) who gives him a sound verbal drubbing.

Ebony’s “Maame Hwe” has grown to become a hit song in Ghana due to the way it addresses the issue of domestic violence among women’ especially married women.

The song has won the hearts of many Ghanaians and advocates of domestic violence.

The dancehall diva complimented the song with a detailed music video that showed how some women suffered at the hands of their abusive husbands.

In flipping the script, the two comedians also depicted a side of society that suffer in silence; abused men who are maltreated by their wives in their matrimonial homes.

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