- Akrobeto has interviewed French sports journalist Gad Messika on his Real News on UTV
- In the interview on Friday, November 27, 2020, Akrobeto read his profile in French
- His French reading got Messika laughing and he had to translate to 'proper' French
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Actor and TV personality Akrobeto, known in private life as Akwasi Boadi, has once again got his fans laughing.
This follows the hilarious antics the award-winning comic actor pulled on his Real News show on UTV.
In his latest edition of Real News on Friday, November 27, 20202, Akrobeto had an interview with a sports journalist from France called Gad Messika.
During the interview with Messika who works with Sofoot.com, a football news website in France, Akrobeto decided to speak some French.
The comic actor actually tried to read his profile in French and it included his name, hometown, the food he likes, the team he supports among others.
Though he butchered the French reading, Messika still got an understanding of it and translated to those who were watching in France.
Akrobeto then came back to read whatever he had read in French in English for his English viewers to understand.
Halfway through the English reading, Akrobeto stopped reading saying that was the only point he could read to.
Akrobeto then had a chat with Messika who expressed an interest in coming to Ghana for a visit while the comic actor also promised to visit Paris after January 2021.
After the chat with Messika, Akrobeto went to announce the results of French football league results.
The interview with Messika comes after Akrobeto got featured by former French international Patrice Evra on his Instagram page.
The former Manchester United defender shared a video of Akrobeto reading news about COVID-19 cases around the world.
Prior to being featured on Evra's page, Akorbeto and his 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.
It was Azpilicueta's tweet that got the popular Spanish TV show El Chiringuito TV to feature the veteran actor on the show.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Akrobeto was called onto the show via video call for an interview and he was even allowed to do a live presentation for the audience.
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