- Popular Ghana-born American comedian, Michael Blackson, has tasked himself to experience what street hawkers go through on a daily basis to make means
- He decided to try to sell some peanuts on the streets of Accra in order to make some profit at the end of the day
- Many people upon seeing the video laughed at the comedian with some sharing in his struggle of trying to make it on Accra's streets
Popular American-Ghanaian-Liberian actor and comedian, Michael Blackson, has been caught selling peanuts on the streets of Accra.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter page of Michael Blackson, he was seen carrying on his head a pan filled with peanuts.
He wore a simple all-black outfit while trying to experience what it takes hawkers to make their daily bread in the capital city. Michael Blackson is known for wearing fur coats and lavish clothes. However for the sake of this task, he wore a black shirt and a black shorts with a pair of black slides.
Cost of items in Ghana twice the price of goods in the U.S; Michael Blackson laments in Twitter post
He wasn't able to make enough sales from selling the peanuts and thus captioned the post:
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In these Accra streets literally making just peanuts
People react to Michael Blackson selling peanuts on the street of Accra
Streets are hard Mardasurker
Lmao this man out here shouting nkatie
When you get money, someone's serious job becomes your hobby eei
Lmfaoooooooo I'd laugh so much if I saw this
Been meaning to try this one day.
Really praying he doesn't get frustrated by the system and leave. Could tell he really love the country but I know my people. They can frustrate you until you quit n move back to where you came from with all your plans
Ghanaian-American Comedian Michael Blackson Makes Bitter Complaint About Cost Of Living In Ghana
Ghana-born American comedian Michael Blackson has been in Ghana for a while now. He seems to be enjoying his stay, doing some charity work and trying to have a positive impact on the lives of people in the motherland.
However, it seems the high cost of living in the country has finally got to him. Blackson, who is a millionaire in dollars, could not believe how high the cost of goods was in the country. In a Twitter post, he said:
C’mon Ghana why are things so damn expensive? I just tried to buy furniture and appliances and they are over twice the price of what they cost me in the U.S.
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