AY Poyoo gets featured on BBC in powerful video

AY Poyoo gets featured on BBC in powerful video

- Emmanuel Yeboah, popularly known as AY Poyoo, has been featured on the BBC

- The youngster who is only 20 years old is now a renowned entertainer around Africa chiefly because of his 'I am the GOAT' music video

- The feature on BBC highlighted his life story and journey to stardom from a humble background

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20-year-old Ghanaian entertainer, AY Poyoo, whose real name is Emmanuel Yeboah, has been given a massive feature by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of BBCAfrica, AY Poyoo's journey to stardom was captured in an exciting manner.

In the footage, Poyoo indicated that although he had loved to entertain people since he was 'in his mother's womb,' his family and friends thought he could not make it in the industry and therefore discouraged him.

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However, AY Poyoo has become a sensation around different countries of Africa and his feature on BBCAfrica is another great milestone many musicians in Ghana have not chalked.

Emmanuel Yeboah went viral with his "I am GOAT" song that got a million views on YouTube in just about one month.

Poyoo promises to release a mind-blowing album in the near future and so all his fans should keep their fingers crossed and continue supporting him.

In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, the sensational Ghanaian comedian and musician, AY Poyoo donated the very first pay he got from YouTube to an orphanage that has not been named.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of the rising star, Poyoo indicates that it has always been his dream to give to the needy.

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According to him, anytime he saw children in orphanages, he wished to be able to help them but did not have much to give, and therefore hoped that God would bless him one day to be able to lend a helping hand.

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