- Veteran actor Akrobeto has been spotted wearing the clothes of a man of God
- The actor was seen holding a Bible in one hand and appeared to be reprimanding someone
- Akrobeto is noted for his many comical moves and his 'broken' English
Popular Ghanaian comic actor and Kumawood veteran, Akwasi Boadi, known popularly as Akrobeto has stunned his many fans and followers with a new photo.
In the new photo of the actor spotted on social media, he had dressed as a reverend minister and was carrying a Bible.
The photo also saw the host of UTV's Real News keeping a straight face as he pointed his finger to the camera as if he was reprimanding someone - more like one of his congregants.
Akrobeto was wearing a clerical and a blue shirt as he stood in what looked like a photo studio or booth.
It is yet to be known if the photo was taken for a new project the actor is working on or he is trying to enter Bible school.
Akrobeto however appeared very serious in the dress and it looked like he would do very well if he switches roles from acting to evangelism.
The actor is the only one who would be able to explain why he was in such clothes and for what purpose it was serving since the photo has already gone viral.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian recording artiste, Prince Tamakloe, known popularly for his performances and silky voice in music group 4x4, as Fresh Prince of 4×4 fame, has opened up about a ritual he performs yearly.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the award-winning singer was made to confess some fantasies of the night he always remembers.
He was speaking on a live TV show about a night to remember on a popular show called Den Tinz Some.
According to the talented artiste, he loves to have affairs with two or three women at the same time on a yearly basis and he added that he sometimes performs this weird ritual two times between January and December.
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