- Comic actor and TV presenter Akrobeto has gone international once again
- One of Akrobeto's videos has been shared on Twitter by Chelsea captain, César Azpilicueta
- The video has Akrobeto struggling to pronounce the Chelsea captain's name on his Real News
- Azpilicueta also shared a video in which he showed Akrobeto ho to pronounce his name
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Ghanaian actor and TV personality Akrobeto, known in private life as Akwasi Boadi, has made waves on the international scene.
One of his videos for his comic news presentation show on UTV, Real News, has been featured on the Twitter page of Chelsea Captain César Azpilicueta.
The video has Akrobeto on set and reading news on UTV about Chelsea involving their captain
But when it got to the point where he had to mention the name of the Spanish international, Akrobeto fumbled and could just not mention it.
The video was first posted by a verified Twitter account, @Falcons, which was obviously making fun of Akrobeto's struggle to mention the name.
The post caught the attention Azpilicueta after it was shared and he retweeted and shared an old post in which he teaches how to pronounce his name.
Azpilicueta's tweet to his over 2.5 million followers has stirred very funny reactions on the social media platform.
This is the second time the highly respected actor and comedian has been featured on international media.
It will be recalled that he was once featured on Spanish broadcasting channel, Marca TV, over his news report about a match between Chelsea and Barcelona in 2018.
“The most hilarious narration of Barcelona-Chelsea. A journalist with problems with English suffered to pronounce Azpilicueta and describe plays,” Marca's caption translated.
Meanwhile, Akrobeto believes the erratic power supply dubbed 'dumsor' collapsed the Kumawood movie industry.
Speaking on United Showbiz, the actor said the local movie industry is bereft of an investment adding that one major issue facing Ghana’s movie industry is the quality of content as against quantity.
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