-Praye Tietia has severely injured his finger while trying to use firecrackers which is popularly known in Ghana as knockout
-He got part of his forefinger cut off after a 'knockout malfunctioned and exploded while he was holding it
-Praye Tietia took to his snap to share a photo of his injured finger and advised the public to be cautious when using firecrackers.
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Praye Tietia, a member of the famous Praye music trio, has severely injured his forefinger while trying to use firecrackers.
Cartel Big J as he is popularly known got part of his forefinger cutoff after a 'knockout' malfunctioned and exploded while he was holding it.
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In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Praye Tietia posted a photo of his injured finger and called on the general public to be extremely careful about playing with firecrackers because they are dangerous.
"This is what happened to me this dawn after 12am. Please let's all be advised against firecrackers/ knockout, they are extremely dangerous. Graphic image please proceed with caution," the singer posted on his snap
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Over the years, firecrackers have been considered extremely dangerous especially for kids. Several companies who produce these products often caution their users to be careful.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Award-winning gospel musician, Joyce Blessing, had melted the hearts of several of her fans on social media with a rare photo of herself dressed like a Ghanaian queen-mother.
In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the 'Nyame Eguama' hitmaker took advantage to inspire her fans and assure them that God had a better purpose for them.
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Joyce Blessing is seen in the photo performing the 'Adowa' dance whiled clothed in rich Ghanaian Kente with beautiful gold ornaments and beads to go with it.
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