Funny video drops as dogs interrupt singer OJ's music video shoot; almost chase him

Funny video drops as dogs interrupt singer OJ's music video shoot; almost chase him

  • A video showing musician OJ during a music video production has erupted laughter online
  • In the video, the musician was seen in a field hopping around when the dogs spotted him
  • One of the crew members was heard in the video telling the singer not to run

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Award-winning Ghanaian gospel artiste, Michael Oware Sakyi, famed as OJ has been seen in a video that showed the struggles artistes go through to produce their works.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the artiste, who appeared to be shooting a music video had to pause for a second after he was almost accosted by some dogs.

While the production was going on, the Maye Se Mo Pen singer was seen hopping in an open field when some dogs sported him from afar.

Funny video drops as barking dogs interrupt gospel singer OJ's music video shoot
Funny video drops as barking dogs interrupt gospel singer OJ's music video shoot. Source: Instagram/MinisterOJ
Source: Instagram

All of a sudden, the dogs started making their way towards the musician who had noticed the animals and grounded to a halt.

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The gospel musician could be heard shouting "hey, hey, hey" as the dogs approached.

However, one of the crew members who was handling the camera also spotted the dogs and cautioned the probably scared musician not to run.

The video has been met by warm reactions by viewers who got to see firsthand the things artistes have to go through to produce great content for listeners and viewers.

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Meanwhile, former traditional priestess, Patricia Aseidu, famed as Nana Agradaa has said that she is ready to refund money to anyone who can prove that she defrauded them.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of United Television (UTV), the ex-priestess indicated that it was never true that she had defrauded anyone.

According to her, such rumors were being spread by her critics but there was no concrete evidence to the claims that were going round.

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