It is a common saying among Ghanaians, and probably others in other countries that everyone was created in twos.
It is believed that someone may look like another person even though they are not related by blood.
Some of the resemblance are striking that it would be very difficult to convince a person that the two do not relate in anyway.
Interestingly, some Ghanaian celebrities also have some of their fans who look so much like them.
YEN.com.gh has seen photos and videos of people who look so much like Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, King Promise, and Kuami Eugene.
We bring our cherished readers photos and videos of the celebrities’ look-alikes.
1. Kuami Eugene: Kuami Eugene’s look-alike has named himself Kuami Eugene Jnr, and it is not for nothing that he bears that name. The young man looks so much like the Angela hitmaker, and one would need to look again and again to be convinced that they are not related. Photos seen by YEN.com.gh also show that he really wants to mimic his idol in the way he poses, dresses, and carries himself.
2. Sarkodie: For Sarkodie, it is only a little mark on his forehead that distinguishes him from his ‘twin’ brother. They have the same complexion, the same mouth, haircut, and even mustache. The guy has also managed to acquire some chains to wear around his neck looking just like the Can’t Let You Go hitmaker.
3. King Promise: The CCTV hitmaker also has his twin just like the aforementioned individuals. The young man looks just like him in terms of their choice of haircut, and other features. In fact, the young man’s whole appearance, is just like that of King Promise.
4. Shatta Wale: Some fans were amazed to also find a young man who looks so much like Shatta Wale and behaved just like him. They have the same stature, and behavioural traits.
All the above-mentioned have earned nominations in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) and YEN.com.gh wishes them all the best.
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