DKB sends warning to Shatta Wale for not staying in his 'lane' following UN Awards joke (video)

DKB sends warning to Shatta Wale for not staying in his 'lane' following UN Awards joke (video)

Comedian DKB has reacted to a social media session Shatta Wale had over the weekend

Shatta Wale addressed the UN Awards issue in a comical twist, and DKB is unhappy, saying he was planning the same video

Over the weekend Ghana's social media space was flooded with news of Dr. Fordjour and his fake award scheme

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Award-winning Ghanaian comedian, Derrick Kobina Bonney, known on social media as DKB, has indicated that he is unhappy about the fact that Shatta Wale addressed the UN awards issue.

While speaking in a self-recorded video sighted by YEN.com.gh, DKB indicated that Shatta Wale was 'career greedy' after he switched from music to comedy.

The comedian added that he was planning a full video to tease the celebs who were involved in the awards saga but he had to shelve it because Shatta Wale had overtaken him.

DKB sends warning to Shatta Wale for not staying in his career following UN Awards joke (video)

DKB. Source: Instagram (modified by author)
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DKB said Shatta Wale wanted to be the only one trending in Ghana even after enjoying sole hype with his collaboration with Beyonce.

He added that Shatta Wale was Ghana's dancehall king, but was jumping into comedy so as to be crowned comedy king as well, thereby kicking the comedians out of job.

However, jumping on the matter, DKB trolled his colleagues who were caught in the UN awards saga, especially rappers Sarkodie and D-Black.

DKB said Sarkodie, after hearing that the award was UN-themed, quickly chose it over the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, which was being held that same weekend.

According to the comedian, Sarkodie was seated at the event looking like he was the grandmother of BET Awards.

He added that Sarkodie was looking to set a new record with the purported UN award.

The comedian added that he could not believe that D-Black fell for the awards scheme even after the convener, Dr. Fordjour, said he liked the rapper's name.

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DKB added that Shatta Wale even purported that D-Black wanted to buy 5 of the awards that looked like feeding bottles and asked if the rapper wanted to start a daycare center with the bottles

DKB then sent a caution to Ghanaians to be very careful when going for awards and be sure that the person organizing the award is wearing a suit and not a coat.

Meanwhile, the Ghana chapter of the United Nations (UN) has issued an official press release and disclaimed any knowledge of Dr. Kwame Fordjour or his United Nations-themed awards.

In the disclaimer sighted by YEN.com.gh and fast going viral on social media, the reputable outfit indicated that its attention had been drawn to an award scheme purporting to be linked to the organisation and the Kofi Annan Foundation.

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The disclaimer stated categorically that it did not have anything to do with Dr. Kwame Fordjour or his "Blueprint Global Challenge Awards".

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