Bukom Banku boldly warns to 'beat' Akrobeto for talking about his bleached skin (Video)

Bukom Banku boldly warns to 'beat' Akrobeto for talking about his bleached skin (Video)

- Bukom Banku has cautioned against the constant passing of negative remarks about his personality and lifestyle

- The controversial Ghanaian boxer particularly warned actor and TV present Akrobeto for mocking him for bleaching his skin

- Bukom Banku spoke to DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa

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Popular Ghanaian boxer and comic actor, Braimah Kamoko, famed as Bukom Banku, has cautioned against the constant passing of negative remarks about his lifestyle.

The controversial pugilist came under heavy backlash recently for bleaching his skin.

Bukom Banku, however, has warned against the constant criticisms of his decision to bleach from time to time.

Bukom Banku boldly warns to 'beat' Akrobeto for talking about my bleached skin (Video)
Bukom Banku boldly warns Akwasi Boadi aka Akrobeto for talking about my bleached skin. Image: SVTV Africa
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In an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa, he warned Akwasi Boadi, popularly known as Akrobeto, for mocking him for bleaching.

Bukom Banku vowed to deal with the host of The Real News on UTV anytime he meets him or visits the station.

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''Akrobeto is small. When I catch him, he go see. When somebody bleach their self and you talk, when I meet am face to face, he will see that this is a man,'' Banku told DJ Nyaami.

Bukom Banku's ill-humour follows recent comments by Akrobeto that he'd slap Banku should he bleach his skin again while advising the boxer against the act.

''Bukom, stop bleaching your skin. Stop it. It is not good. I am ready to slap him if I see him and notice he's still bleaching,'' Akrobeto said.

Watch the interview below.

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In other news, Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro has blamed politicians for the recent spikes in Coronavirus cases in the country.

The head pastor of the Alabaster International Ministries attributes the rise in cases to campaigns in the lead-up to the 2020 general election.

Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro indicated that people who attended campaign events in the run-up to last year's elections violated the protocols outlined to curb the spread of the dreadful disease.

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