- A Kumerican chief in New York has called out Twene Jonas
- According to him, Twene Jonas has incurred the wrath of the gods
- He said he is ready to fund Twene Jonas' ticket to Ghana for him to apologise to Otumfuo
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US-based Ghanaian vlogger, Twene Jonas, is currently the most talked-about individual in Ghana and on social media.
As he is trending over his comment against the Asantehene, a chief representing Otumfuo in New York has called out Twene Jonas.
The young critic has incurred the wrath of many over his alleged attacks on the Asantehene and other chiefs.
Twene Jonas mentioned Otumfuo whilst blasting Ghanaian chiefs and leaders in his latest rant about galamsey destroying water bodies.
"Even the Asantehene said if you are a chief and give people land to illegally mine in return of goat then it's over to you," he said.
In the viral video, he continued that, "Ghana, everyone is a thief, they don't speak the truth, including the Asantehene.
He couldn't speak the truth but if you watch, he has been listening to me now, hence, he has to speak the truth now."
However, a chief representing the Asantes in New York in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Kofi TV has declared Twene Jonas wanted.
According to him, Twene Jonas doesn't have the privilege to speak against Otumfuo.
He also said he is looking for Twene Jonas and he is ready to fund his ticket so that he will bring him to Manhyia to apologise to Otumfuo.
The New York chief then stressed that Twene Jonas will not go scot-free for speaking against the Asantehene and the gods are not happy with that.
Meanwhile, not long after, Twene Jonas brushed off the calls for him to apologise, saying he will not apologise because all Ghanaian leaders are not wise enough.
Jonas even went further to mock those who cursed him to rather use that energy to curse NAM1 who had squandered their money.
But it looks like Twene Jonas is taking back his words as he has denied insulting the Asantehene.
In a new video, Jonas stated that he did not insult the Asantehene because the king is not directly responsible for the galamsey in the localities.
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