Viral "Eventuarry" man now turns his fame into fashion modelling

Viral "Eventuarry" man now turns his fame into fashion modelling

A taxi driver who has gone viral on social media for uttering the word 'eventually' as 'eventuarry' among other grammatical mistakes, has turned his fame into business by becoming a fashion model for a popular boutique in Accra.

Ghana Twitter and Nigeria's too have gone abuzz with the video of a Ghanaian taxi driver who clearly has a hard time speaking English and so his grammatical mistakes and hearty laugh make for enjoyable viewing.

Patrick Mensah is the name of the driver and now, a luxury boutique store in East Legon, a plush suburb of Accra, have taken on Mensah as the model of their store.

In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Walk In Online Boutique seem to have anointed Mensah as the most marketable face of their business.

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Part of the appeal the taxi driver or Mr Eventuarry, brings to the table is that he has a new Twitter account. In under a month, he has amassed over 4,000 followers.

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There is good reason to speculate that Mr Eventuarry is just getting started on monetising his fame. And with social media in his corner, who can bet against him?

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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