- Comic actor Akrobeto has been featured live on Spanish television on the popular El Chiringuito TV show
- Akrobeto had a chat with one of the co-hosts of the show, Nick Rodriguez
- The actor went on to do a live presentation on the show after the chat
- A video of Akrobeto's moment on the show has popped up online
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Comic actor and TV personality Akrobeto, known in private life as Akwasi Boadi, is still making waves in Spain.
This follows the actor's recent wave he made on social media with his reading skills on his Real News show on UTV.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, one of Akrobeto's videos for his comic news presentation show got posted on the Twitter page of Chelsea captain César Azpilicueta.
Akrobeto had fumbled in mentioning the Chelsea captain's name and the Spanish international retweeted the video with a link showing how his name to should be pronounced.
After Azpilicueta's tweet, the popular Spanish TV show El Chiringuito TV has featured the veteran actor on the show.
Akrobeto was called onto the live show via video call and he was allowed to do a live presentation for the audience.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, a video of Akrobeto reading his news about Spanish La Liga fixtures.
His 'wrong' pronunciations got the panel in the studio which included Paul Pogba's brother, Florentin, laughing.
Later, one of the co-hosts of the show called Akrobeto on video and they had a hearty chat.
After being asked to pronounce some Ghanaian names which he found difficult to do, the Spanish TV presenter also asked Akrobeto to pronounce the name of their show which he could not.
Akrobeto then started his live presentation on the show by mentioning some Spanish names. His pronunciation got all the people in the studio laughing.
From what YEN.com.gh gathers, the El Chiringuito TV show is a hugely popular TV show.
This is not the first time the highly respected actor and comedian has been featured on international media.
It will be recalled that he was once featured on another 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.
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