Ghanaians bash Nigerian comedian for making fun of Ghana's pidgin in video

Ghanaians bash Nigerian comedian for making fun of Ghana's pidgin in video

- The Real Femi, a comedian from Nigeria, recently trolled Ghana subtly with a video imitating how Ghanaians supposedly speak pidgin

- Femi went about it in a smart way by making it look like a general objective assessment he was making on pidgin from three countries

- After realising what Femi had done to their pidgin, many Ghanaians went under his post to bash him squarely

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A Nigerian comedian called The Real Femi has released a hilarious video of himself imitating how pidgin English is spoken in Sierra Leone, Ghana, and Nigeria.

The video portrayed both the Naija pidgin and Salone pidgin quite well with no clear strings attached, but how Femi spoke Ghana pidgin makes it clear he was making fun of it.

In all three sentences Femi translated into the various pidgin languages, he repeatedly used words such as 'kraa' and 'inside no be outside' in a ridiculous manner which did not sit well with many Ghanaians.

Ghanaians bash Nigerian man for making fun of Ghana's pidgin in video
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Watch Femi's video below:

Several people from Ghana who watched the video came under the post to bash the Nigeran comedian for what he had done to their country. has gathered some of the juiciest sides of the squabble.

Kay Poisson 1 described Femi's supposed Ghanaian pidgin as 'rubbish,' and asked the comedian where he got it from:

Popular Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, created the impression that Femi's imitation of Ghana was not entirely true:

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RichMarrio indicated he could not relate to the 'gibberish' Femi was speaking:

Nipa Y3 Bad sealed the troll using Femi's own weapon against him:

In another report, a beautiful Ghanaian lady called Akua Pearl on Facebook has strongly advised women to reply to direct messages sent to them online after finding her love on Facebook.

In a narration sighted by on the personal Facebook handle of Akua Pearl, the stunning lady mentioned that she was contacted by a gentleman she knew from nowhere in 2016.

She chose to respond to the message and fast-forward, the man called Poko Poko became the love of her life as they are now married in 2020.

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