- Rev. Obofour has been seen in a new video speaking English in slang to his church members
- The popular preacher man may have showed his English skills since he just got back from the United States of America
- Ghanaians on watching the video expressed how funny it is to watch Rev. Obofour speak English
Founder and leader of Anointed Palace Church, Rev. Obofour, has got social media talking after speaking slang English in a new video that has surfaced online.
In the video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, the popular preacher man was seen preaching to his congregation in English as he tried to slang.
"Let me tell you something man, you can hate me, may be you don't like me but I am a pastor," he said in slang.
The church members shouted in a hilarious manner as the controversial preacher proved his skills in speaking English slang.
Instagram users on watching the video reacted:
@tsikataesinam asked which accent Obofour was speaking in: "Ei na which accent is that American, British or France ei boi."
@rene_claude called his friends to come and listen to Obofour: "@toscar_gh @nyo_nyo.31 make you guys come listen to proper slangs."
@1.r.i.k claimed he got back from USA not long ago: "obofour 1,let him slang,he got back from yankee not long ago."
@joellmensa had this to say: "He mean say the devil be american. This brofo dier no size."
@maameyaanyantah commented: "When someone is busily sick and waiting for healing, this man is here slanging, he is just a happy soul."
It is possible that Obofour learnt the slang after coming back from the USA with his wife few weeks ago.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Rev. Obofour recently after he bought tickets for the 'Baby Mama' movie.
After movie producer Tracey Boakye visited Rev. Obofour, he endorsed the movie and paid GHC600 for 200 ticket as he promised to show up at the premiere.
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