- A video of a group of muscled young men has gone viral after it was shared on Twitter
- While the individual names or group name of the young men isn't readily known, they have become popular for their physiques
- They where captured in a video and photos flexing their bodies at the 2019 Chale Wote Street Festival
And the slay kings did not miss another opportunity to flex their chiseled bodies at the 2019 Chale Wote Street Art Festival which came off at James Town in Accra.
Men in their full glory, some, styled in traditional African print shorts, flexed their artistic bodies at the event while some women stared in admiration.
In a video that was shared on Twitter, a woman is seen touching the curves of one of the muscled men and later proceeded to examine his well-chiseled chest.
Chale Wote Street Art Festival featured a great display of arts, culture and history from talented artists across the globe. And certainly, the best art is the human body and people who work hard to enhance their body features tend to attract more admirers.
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Aside creative designs and arts, Ghana’s biggest street event has become notable for some body builders who parade the streets to flex their artistic body curves.
In 2017, a group of young men with well-chiseled bodies went viral after a photo of them landed on the internet.
While it is not too clear, it appears they featured again at the 2019 Chale Wote Street Art Festival and their video has been shared on Twitter.
2019 Chale Wote Street Arts Festival started on August 14, 2019, with incredible activities and was climax with an art exhibition on Saturday, August 24 and Sunday, August 25, 2019.
Over 150 artists from 21 countries participated in the elaborate multi-disciplinary open-air public space exhibition stretching from James Town into 6 satellite spaces throughout Accra; Kukun, National Theatre, Museum of Science and Technology, Tegan Heritage Collection and Museum, Ozzie’s and the new Gold Coast.
Chale Wote Street Festival provides multiple platforms for discovering some of the most talented creators from around the world and Africa particularly targeting both emerging as well as established artists and cultural workers across the world.
Meanwhile, in a video that has gained traction on social media, two police officers were captured directing a lady to collect a sachet rubber she threw into a gutter with her hand.
For what has been normalised in our society, most people have thrown sanity to the wind and continue to live below human dignity and perhaps deserve to be compelled to do the right thing.
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