- Jackline Mensah, one of Ghana's most popular TikTok video makers, has won her first award as the teen comedian of the year
- The 19-year-old's honour was organized by the Hall of Teen Awards
- Jackline, after receiving the coveted title, promised to make her fans proud after thanking them for voting for her
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Famous Ghanaian TikToker, Jackline Mensah, has received her first-ever award as the Teen Comedian for the Year 2020, organized by the Hall of Teens Awards.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Jackline's personal Instagram handle, the TikTok goddess expressed immense thanks to everyone who voted for her and promised to make her fans proud.
In her own words, "Thank you all for voting for me. Thanks for your support. We won the teen comedian of the year. I’ll make y’all proud trust me. This is just the beginning"
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According to the social media comedian, she discovered TikTok in March 2019 and thought it would be a good idea to give it a try.
Jackline mentions that growing up, many people found her ability to make different facial expressions quite remarkable and she felt encouraged that she would do well with TikTok.
Interestingly, Jackline Mensah indicates that she has been making the TikTok videos filled with so much creativity and humour from just observing the world around her.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Joyce Edze, also known as ReJoyce, is a young Ghanaian lady with an uncommon talent as she is able to play exact saxophone sounds without any instruments whatsoever.
All Joyce requires is her bare hand which she uses in conjunction with her bare lips to give the brilliant sounds that could be played along with other musical instruments perfectly.
In a video gathered by YEN.com.gh, Joyce played a popular Ghanaian worship song along with a keyboard and it is almost unbelievable that the saxophone sound being heard was coming from her mouth.
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