- DKB has received a portrait from a Ghanaian artist
- He called it a “terrible” portrait because it is not actually him
- The comedian wondered if it is by force for the artist to draw him
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Ghanaian actor and comedian DKB has received a portrait gift from a young painter.
In the portrait, it appears DKB is angry and wears a stern look.
He shared the photo to his Facebook page with a caption wondering if the artists was forced to draw him.
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DKB indicated in his caption that it was a “terrible” painting, stressing that his image was even angry with the artist who was forced to draw him.
Some fans have commented on the portrait saying it is better than some others.
Nana, for instance, says it is not about actual looks:
Eric was of the view that what DKB got is even better than what was presented to actress Jackie Appiah:
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Rauf had the same view:
Kofi begged to differ saying that the portrait looked nicer than DKB in person:
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However, Abdulai, Bra, and Obaa urged DKB to be grateful for the gift since it was made out of love:
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DKB’s post followed a portrait presented to Jackie Appiah earlier.
The artist came all the way from Kumasi to Accra to make the presentation with a proposal.
According to him, he loves and admires Appiah from afar and thought of making the portrait for him.
The photo received many reactions on social media because some say the young artist is bold to propose to Appiah.
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