Clemento Suarez does it again; creates rib-cracking commentary over real-African mermaid

Clemento Suarez does it again; creates rib-cracking commentary over real-African mermaid

- Clemento Suarez is cracking ribs again but this time with a video commentary on who is the real African Mermaid in Ghana

- According to the renowned Ghanaian comic actor, Sister Deborah held the African Mermaid title but now, Hajia4Real has snatched it

- He, therefore, advised Sister Debby to go for the name 'African tilapia' or 'African cassava fish'

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Ghanaian comic actor, Clement Ashiteye, popularly known as Clemento Suarez, has come up again with another groundbreaking and rib-cracking video that is causing a great stir online.

In the footage that was shared on the verified Instagram handle of the renowned Ghanaian comedian, he ran a commentary on which personality is Africa's real mermaid.

Sister Deborah was the Ghanaian singer whose nickname was African Mermaid before the emergence of Hajia4Real otherwise known as Mona4Real as another mermaid.

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See the video below:

In the footage, Clemento Suarez argued that Mona4Real has become the real African Mermaid, thereby relegating Sister Deborah to the status of another kind of fish.

Clemento Suarez indicated that now that her position has been taken, Sister Deborah might want to be called the African cassava fish or perhaps, African tilapia.

The manner and voice in which Clemento made the hilarious commentary video has got tons of people going gaga on social media.

On his original post, over 1.4k comments had already been gathered by the time YEN.com.gh made this report.

Clemento Suarez does it again; creates rib-cracking commentary over real-African mermaid
Clemento Suarez does it again; creates rib-cracking commentary over real-African mermaid Credit: @sisterdeborah; @clementosuarez; @hajia4reall
Source: Instagram

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