- Beast of No Nation superstar, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, has been spotted on the streets in a new video
- The star who is popularly known as Striker's life went downhill after the movie with the likes of the famous Abraham Attah
- Striker indicates in the video that he is depressed and keeps smoking heavily to 'calm himself down'
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Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, popularly known as Striker, from the famous Beast of No Nation movie has been spotted on the streets in a recent video that is fast going viral on social media.
In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of Celebritiesbuzz TV, the young man admitted that he has been depressed as a result of his low status.
This was after a young man who had a brief chat with Striker in the video suggested to the actor that the rapid rise of his comrade, Abraham Attah, contributed to him feeling bad for himself.
Shockingly, the young and famous actor also mentioned that he is into heavy smoking because that is what keeps him 'relaxed' in his life.
Striker's unofficial interviewer advised him to pull himself together and focus on making something good out of his life, as he is already a known superstar.
When asked if he is still active on social media, Striker said that his handles have been operated by his managers in the past and that he has no access to them.
Watch the full sad video below:
In other news, Adelaide Bortier, an amazing young lady in her mid-20s who went viral after she said in an interview that all she wished for was to see the sky again has released a single.
The visually-impaired lady who turned out to be a super-talented singer was discovered by DopeNation and given the platform to shine with the stage name, Adelaide The Seer.
From the snippet of the video that was shared on the Instagram handle of Adelaide, the newly-released single is titled Wire Me, and it is produced by DopeNation (Agbene Beat Ebe).
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