- Ghanaians are making fun of Medikal after news broke that he once wore a fake Rolex watch
- The news about Medikal's fake Rolex watch was made by Munich wrist busters, a platform that exposes people who wear fake watches
- Medikal previously shared a photo wearing the watch with the caption: "Low-key be the highest key but Monni key"
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Ghanaians have taken to social media to make a mockery of rapper Medikal after he was busted wearing a fake Rolex watch.
A Germany-based luxury watch company noted for busting people who post and flaunt fake watches made the revelation about the La Hustle hitmaker.
"@amgmedikal With a fake Rolex Datejust. His watch is far too high for an original Datejust. In addition, the bezel is clearly too wide and the notches are far too pronounced. The crown of the watch is not in no way similar to that of an original one," reads a post on Instagram.
The company, Munich wrist busters, shared a screenshot of Medikal's post in which he was flaunting a luxury watch he recently acquired.
They went on to break down the parts of the watch and indicated that it was a knock-off and not an authentic watch.
Medikal shared the photo of himself wearing an expensive-looking Rolex Datejust watch and captioned it: "Low-key be the highest key but Monni key."
However, the German company has dissected the watch and revealed that it is not a real copy from the luxury watchmakers.
Following this revelation, social media users have been on a spree with funny comments aimed at making a mockery of Medikal.
Check reactions by Ghanaians below.
Days ago, Medikal responded to rumours that he indulges in internet fraud and makes money from scamming innocent people.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Medikal said he has never touched fraud money with his hand in his whole life.
According to him, he feels real pain when people accuse him of being a fraudster, which is commonly known in the local parlance as sakawa.
Disclosing how he gets the money he spends so lavishly, Medikal said the money comes from his music career. According to him, he is rewarded big royalties from music platforms like iTunes and others.
He added that anyone who claims there is no money in music is not being truthful, and warned that he would walk out of any interview if any host asks him about the alleged fraud issue again.
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