- Comedian DKB vigorously registered his displeasure on UTV's United Showbiz after Halifax Ansah Addo insinuated that he has a bighead with a small sense
- DKB expressed anger, indicating that Okay FM's Ansah Addo's remarks sought to belittle his intelligence
- The duo appeared as panellists on UTV's United Showbiz
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Comedian DKB nearly walked out of a live interview on UTV's United Showbiz to vigorously disapprove remarks made by Okay FM's Halifax Ansah Addo who also appeared on the show as a panellist.
DKB born Derick Kobina Bonney vehemently opposed the denigrating comments by Okay FM's Halifax Ansah Addo that insinuated he DKB has a big head with a small sense.
Taking offence to the disparaging remarks, DKB threatened to walk out of the interview and demanded an apology from his co-panellist.
A visibly angry-looking DKB who almost stormed out from the studio of United Television demanded that Halifax withdrew the statement and apologise to him because he found his remarks tasteless.
Confusion as police and military storm night club in Kumasi to scatter party; revellers flee in video
Though it took a while, Ansah Addo finally did the needful, withdrawing and apologising for the offensive words but explained that it was not meant to denigrate DKB.
Watch the interview below.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported singer Becca has flexed her expensive lifestyle and luxurious living room.
Taking to her Instagram handle with 2.4 million followers, the YES I Do singer shared with her fans adorable visuals, showing off the expensive furnishing in her huge mansion.
Becca was videoed flexing her beauty whilst strutting in her plush living room in the clip.
In other news, there was confusion at The Caste E Choke party in the Basement Night Club in Kumasi as the police and military stormed the venue to enforce the directive against social gatherings by President Akufo-Addo.
Personnel from the police and military allegedly flocked the Basement Night Club to disperse the revellers who had dangerously gathered, throwing caution to the wind to enjoy themselves despite the Covid-19 restriction on social gatherings.
There's no report of any arrests but it's evident the party organisers failed to secure permission from the city authorities.
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