- Serwaa Amihere has finally joined Ghanaians to take the COVID-19 vaccine
- The TV personality was seen preparing herself for the shot amid screams of "odeeshi"
- Ghanaians across the country are taking part in the ongoing COVID-19 vaccination exercise
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Award-winning television personality, Joyce Serwaa Amihere has cracked ribs on social media with a video of herself getting vaccinated against the COVID-19.
In the hilarious video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Serwaa Amihere appeared to have been receiving a private vaccination in the comfort of a house.
The TV star was seen wearing a pink dress and appeared to be struggling with the health professional trying to do her job.
Serwaa Amihere looked petrified and one would not need to be a prophet to predict that the TV personality was scared of needles.
At a point, Serwaa Amihere did not want to go through with the process and asked to be given some 30 seconds to put herself together for the shot.
Eventually, she availed herself to get injected but it was not without a loud and long shout of "aaaaaaah" to express pain.
After posting the video on Instagram, Serwaa Amihere captioned it: "I got vaccinated. You should too. I’m fine. I’ll let you guys know how I feel."
Many fans and followers of the TV star took to the comment section to react to the rather funny video.
cynthia.diamond came in with the comment: "This is soo me"
Despite all the pain Serwaa was anticipating, totesbybecca saw through all of that with the comment: "You’re so pretty"
There were many comments that proved even though fans loved Serwaa Amihere for her talent, they could not help having a good laugh over her fear of needles.
Meanwhile, award-winning Ghanaian sports journalist, Gary Al-Smith has given some golden advice to Ghanaian artistes who dream of winning Grammys in the future.
In a Facebook post and sighted by YEN.com.gh, the journalist indicated that talent was not enough to win world-acclaimed awards like BET and Grammys.
According to him, the two most important aspects that Ghanaian artistes need to focus on are branding and networking or connections.