- King Promise has fallen heavily while skating on the street of America
- The musician shared the video to his Instagram page with a caption suggesting that he would rise up when he falls
- Fans have expressed concern over his health
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Ghanaian musician King Promise has fallen while skating in a new video he shared.
He posted the video to his Instagram with a caption indicating that though he fell, he rose again.
Though he was having fun, many people have expressed concern over King Promise’s video.
Kwecu, for instance, believes he needs to go for a checkup:
kwecubarclays: “Big man u need to go for check up.”
Mentor also felt it was better for King Promise to stay indoors:
mentor_c1: “Stay indoor bro.”
To Felinuna, King Promise is brave:
felinuna: “Nice try. You're brave."
Abrewa observed that but for the helmet, King Promise would have been badly hurt:
abrewabakojoasare: “@iamkingpromise bro you lucky say you wear helmet ooo anka by now no " SAKORA no asesa too much ooo"”
Scott shared his own experience of falling while skating sometime:
shifflascott: “I remember some time ago I fell down too.”
King was also not happy:
kingcyruxofficial: “2020 not good for we koraa falling saaa oo”
Fatima asked if King Promise was fine:
iamfatimaaa.a: “Are you okay.”
There are many other comments showing how fans reacted to King Promise’s video.
He was in the news some time ago when a photo of showing him with a bushy hair surfaced on the internet.
In other news, musician Kuami Eugene has bought himself a brand new Range Rover.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, the musician was captured in a video driving in the car to buy waakye.
He seems to be rubbing shoulders with the likes of Sarkodie and Shatta Wale who have shared photos of their luxurious cars.
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