Ghanaian Man Abroad Laments Bitterly After Being charged $40 For A Hair Cut; Video Sparks Reaction
- A Ghanaian man who travelled abroad got the shock of his life when he was charged $40 for a haircut
- The man who is a popular mc in Ghana said he now understood why a lot of people abroad opt to keep bushy hair
- The video sparked reactions from the Ghanaian community as they felt he was trying to deter them from travelling
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A Ghanaian man who left Ghana to live abroad, in a video, lamented bitterly after visiting a barbering shop in the US for the first time.
The man who goes by the name, Kwame Oboadie, was an mc and socialite in Ghana before leaving to seek greener pastures. His experience at the barbering shop made him feel the grass might not be greener on the other side like he thought.
He expressed shock when he was given a bill of $40 after he was done barbering. He immediately converted the money into cedis and exclaimed that he now understood why a lot of guys in the states left their hair long.
Oboadie told Ghanaians life abroad was not easy and mentioned that the haircut cost GH₵400 upon doing his conversion. His comments sparked outrage from a section of the Ghanaian community as they felt he was taking his expenditure out of context.
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Ghanaians argued that he was earning in dollars so spending $40 on hair cut was not out of place. Some pointed out that converting expenditure abroad into cedis does not put things in the right perspective.
Ghanaians Charge At Kwame Oboadie
You have to realize that $40 is nothing. But when you convert then we have issues.
Nana Kwame Kyei also wrote:
It’s like 40 cedis…. Ebi u wey u want to convert
iam_ent also commented:
I don't why people convert the currency to Ghana cedis, jack once upon a time 1$=1ghc
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