- Ghanaian rapper Medikal has attracted accolades from fans after displaying dancing skills in a new video
- The rapper while performing on stage displayed some trending dancing skills to the admiration of the crowd
- Celebrity friends, fans and social media users, after watching the video expressed admiration for him
Popular Ghanaian rapper Medikal, known in real life as Samuel Adu-Frimpong has been adjudged the best dancing rapper.
According to celebrity friends, fans and social media users who watched his video, Medikal dances better than all other rappers in Ghana.
In the video, the 'Omo Ada' hitmaker performed some dance skills which many consider as intriguing and perfect.
While performing on stage at the just ended Odwira Festival, Medikal stopped singing and allowed the music to play while he danced uncontrollably.
The video which has gone viral on social media seemed to have interested social media users who showered accolades on the AMG Business rapper:
@kuamieugene renamed Medikal: "Sowutuom Micheal Jackson ✌."
@shattawalenima heaped praise on Medikal: "Stars will always shine ...You just know the work ... my g 4 Life @amgmedikal."
@lightertod had this to say: "The whole Ghana u baddd."
@falzthebhadguy hailed Medikal for the dance moves: " Oshay Michael Jackson."
@sexy_maame_yaa commented: "@amgmedikal you've won! You are the best dancing rapper no doubt. Kwerrr, rappers don't dance but you do."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that there is a lot of admiration for Medikal's dance moves.
For a few years now, Medikal has become a household name after releasing hits songs and winning awards consequently.
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