- Young Ghanaian humourist and rapper, AY Poyoo, has become a viral sensation in some African countries including South Africa and Zimbabwe
- AY Poyoo surfaced on social media with a unique style of music which made him go viral in Ghana in just a matter of 2 weeks
- Now, people in other countries are looking for the rising musician in order to tap into his viral trend
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AY Poyoo, a rising Ghanaian rapper, humorist and musician has gone viral in Zimbabwe, South Africa and other African countries as a recent song he released on YouTube has already gotten over 300,000 views and still increasing.
A post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter account of Ameyaw Debrah shows the extent of Poyoo's trend in the African country, Zimbabwe, which may be just one of many countries the Ghanaian rapper is making waves in.
In the post, there was a conversation between Ameyaw Debrah and a journalist from Zimbabwe who was urgently looking for a way to reach AY Poyoo in order to tap into his trend in the African country.
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See post below:
AY Poyoo became a sensation on social media as he kept releasing freestyle videos of his barechested self giving hilarious rap lines.
Following his early fame, just about two weeks after his first video came out, the young Ghanaian rapper's influence grew stronger as he received media publicity from some popular media houses in Ghana.
On June 8, 2020, Poyoo released a music video titled AY POYOO- GOAT. In 10 days, the video has had over 300,000 views and has been trending not only in Ghana but in South Africa, Zimbabwe and other countries as well.
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See Poyoo's viral video below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that a beautiful young lady identified on Twitter as Arny has caused a great stir by saying that every man must be able to own a car by the age of 20 or else can be considered as failures in life.
This comes as a great surprise considering the fact that there are people in their thirties who are unable to own a laptop because it is simply too expensive.
It is not clear on what basis Arny came up with the strong conviction but it is thinkable that she has had it pretty easy in life, which is why she feels anyone not doing so is a failure.
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