A-Plus descends on Essien, Gyan for mocking Cardi B "meet and greet" female celebrities

A-Plus descends on Essien, Gyan for mocking Cardi B "meet and greet" female celebrities

- A-Plus has descended heavily on former Black Stars players Michael Essien and Asamoah for trolling Ghanaian female celebs over the Cardi B 'Meet and Greet' event

- The duo released a video that showed them mocking the ladies saying they do not qualify to be called celebrities

- But A-Plus says since both Essien and Gyan did not attain any serious educational status, therefore do not understand the meaning of the word 'celebrities'

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In a live video on Facebook and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ghanaian political activist and musician, A-Plus stated that Asamoah Gyan and Essien do not understand the definition of "celebrity".

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He added that the definition of celebrity is general and not based on the amount of money one has or how rich one is.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that in a video call that Essien and Gyan had with Archipalago, they laughed and teased female celebrities involved in the 'Meet and Greet' saga.

"Don't blame them, they all wake up and call themselves celebrity. It is very funny," Michael Essien said while laughing.

"As soon as they talk silly for a week or two and people begin to follow them, then they call themselves celebrity" he added.

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Asamoah Gyan on the other hand, laughed through the conversation as he agreed with Michael Essien's comments. Read more:

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