- Blakk Cedi has surprised blogger, Zionfelix, with a colourful birthday gift
- The artiste manager went all the way to the Kasoa home of the blogger to deliver the gift
- Blakk Cedi went there with artiste, Kelvynboy, as he performed at the celebrity birthday bash
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Former artiste manager of Stonebwoy, Blakk Cedi, has splashed the cash on an expensive gift for celebrity blogger, Felix Nana Yaw Adomako, popularly known as Zionfelix, as he marked his 29th birthday.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of Zionfelix, Blakk Cedi is seen hugging Zionfelix as he hands over his birthday gift to him.
It is reported that Blakk Cedi had left Accra with Kelvynboy to go all the way to Kasoa, where Zionfelix lives, to support him on his birthday.
At the venue, Blakk Cedi told Zionfelix that he had finally brought the pair of sneakers he had promised him.
The Air Jordan sneakers, which were rainbow-colour-themed, were seen in a box as Blakk Cedi showed it off to the camera before handing it over to the birthday boy.
However, after presenting his gift, Blakk Cedi took his leave after informing Zionfelix that he was going to contact him later.
Zionfelix received his birthday gift from Blakk Cedi and thanked him for his thoughtfulness. The blogger was later seen going down the hallway with the gift.
Zionfelix, who set a record as the first Ghanaian blogger to get one million followers on Instagram, celebrated his 29th birthday on 7 July.
He used the occasion to also launch his TV studio, Zionfelix TV, and open the studio up for work.
The dual celebration saw many celebrities in attendance including Funny Face, Gloria Sarfo, Fameye, Nana Tornado, Tima Kumkum, Ellen Kyei White, Sefa, Bro Sammy, and Kontihene to mention but a few.
Speaking of sneakers, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Ghanaian sneakerhead who is based in the UK has come out with a rather bold statement about the costume of many Ghanaian celebrities who claim to be living the best life and wearing the best of everything money can buy.
According to the sneakerhead, Emmanuel Sandyman, who is known on social media as Fire_stick, when it comes to sneakers, many Ghanaians do not wear original stuff. Even some of our favourite celebs don't wear originals.
Explaining further, Fire_stick indicated that this was the case because it was very difficult, that is if one does not have the experience, to tell a fake costume from an original one.
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