“Beast of No Nation” actor and Ghanaian star child actor, Abraham Attah shocked the Okay FM host when he revealed that he had no idea who Lexis Bill was. The young actor seemed not to be disturbed by the gravity of his claim. In an interview with Accra-based Okay FM, Abraham Attah revealed that he had no idea who the popular radio host and T.V presenter was.
Abeiku Santana, host of Okay FM’s drive time along with others in the studio and some listeners could not come to terms with the fact that the popular actor did not know who the host of Accra-based Joy FM’s drive time show was.
Abraham Attah was on the radio program to discuss happenings after attending the wedding between Stonebwoy and Dr. Louisa Kwakye Ansong on Friday.
According to the show host, the candidness with which the young actor accepted his oblivion of who Lexis Bill was, made it clear that he was not pretending. Even though the show host tried to remind the actor that Lexis Bill was part of a group of media personalities who mocked him in some time past, the actor still maintained his stance of not knowing the radio show host.
It will be recalled that during the early days of Abraham Attah’s rise to stardom, some media practitioners mocked him when he received an award for his role in his debut movie, “Beast of no Nation”. He was mocked for the way in which he pronounced ‘Thank you’ after receiving the award.
Lexis Bill was one of the three media personalities who attacked the young actor after his acceptance speech at the 2016 Oscars in America. The other two media practitioners who also criticized the actor included Live FM’s Jay Foley and Multimedia’s MzGee.
These three personalities received massive backlash from the general public and were branded as being “jealous” of the spotlight that the young actor was enjoying.
Lexis Bill however on the 1st of March, 2016, rendered an unqualified apology to the young actor for his harsh criticisms through a Facebook post.
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