There's nothing like being ugly, it's just poverty - Reactions pour in over DKB's throwback photo

There's nothing like being ugly, it's just poverty - Reactions pour in over DKB's throwback photo

- Famous Ghanaian comedian, DKB's old photo from 2009 has surfaced online and is causing a stir

- The picture shared by DKB has suggested there is really nothing like being ugly as it is a lack of money that makes people look a certain way

- YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the most interesting reactions from Ghanaians over the throwback photo

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Derick Kobina Bonney, a Ghanaian comedian popularly known as DKB's throwback photo from 2009 is stirring massive reactions online.

In the picture sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Twitter handle of Fiifi Adinkra, it is safe to say that DKB looked older than he looks now after about 12 years.

Fiifi Adinkra mentioned as a caption in the post that it proves there is really nothing called ugliness as people look good when they have money.

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The picture from 2009 compared to the famous comedian's current looks has gotten many Ghanaians talking online.

@anita_diarah admitted that she was really amazed to see how the comedian looked back in the day.

@TheBigGhun sounded even skeptical that the same man from 2009 is now looking so handsome and fresh in his recent photos.

@THEREALKIWI1 said the old photo of DKB has him lookong as though he is a car repairer from Avenor.

In another equally captivating report, a hardworking Ghanaian father simply known as TT at the Madina market in Accra has revealed he was able to send his children to the university with the income he generates.

In an interview with YEN.com.gh's Nanaday, the gentleman mentioned that he has been making and selling mortar and pestle for the past 20 years.

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According to TT, he was unable to continue his formal education after junior secondary school because of a lack of means but he was determined to create a better future for his children.

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