- Shatta Wale has given Black Stars striker Caleb Ekuban a new name after the team's loss to Tunisia
- Caleb Ekuban was the only player to miss the penalty kick as the other four players scored their kicks
- Ekuban has come under heavy criticism for missing the penalty which led to Ghana's exit from the tournament
Popular dancehall musician Shatta Wale has trolled Black Stars striker Caleb Ekuban after missing out his penalty kick in the AFCON '19 match against Tunisia.
According to the king of dancehall, Ekuban will now be known as 'Ekuban Banku' for missing his penalty.
In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter page of Shatta Wale, the musician was seen mentioning Ekuban's new name.
"Ekuban Banku! Ekuban Banku!," the SM boss said in a rather hilarious manner that attracted a lot of comments.
Twitter users on watching the video expressed their opinion on the video:
@kfly213 expressed fun on watching the video:
@WalerbaLorty claimed Shatta Wale can worry:
@BonifaceBiney asked Shatta Wale not to blame Ekuban:
@_chuckee made fun of Ekuban:
@BrainsJake had this to say:
Shatta Wale's troll and new name came after Ekuban failed to score his penalty kick even though all other players did.
His miss caused Tunisia to triumph over Ghana in a 5-4 win on penalty at the tournament's round of 16 stage.
The Black Stars were given maximum support to end the 37-year-old AFCON trophy drought after winning the last one in 1982.
It was however heart-breaking when the Black Stars failed to win the trophy or even get to the quarter finals stage.
Meanwhile, junior sister of Andre Dede Ayew and Jordan Ayew, Imani Ayew, has spoken after the Black Stars defeat.
Imani Ayew heaped praise and congratulated her brothers for their performance at the much-anticipated tournament.
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