King Promise Lookalike Lashes Out At Medikal For Insulting Him, Says He Will Get Him Arrested In Funny Video

King Promise Lookalike Lashes Out At Medikal For Insulting Him, Says He Will Get Him Arrested In Funny Video

  • Robest GH, a young man who identifies as King Promise's lookalike, has lashed out at Medikal in a hilarious video
  • The young man had many Ghanaians laughing heartily as he complained about Medikal's insults targeted at him
  • Earlier, Medikal had expressed anger at the sudden spread of numerous celebrity lookalikes on social media and criticised the media for giving them a platform

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Robest GH, a young man who bears a striking resemblance to Ghanaian musician King Promise, has sparked reactions on social media with a hilarious video in which he lashed out at rapper Medikal.

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King Promise lookalike (Left & Right) complaining about Medikal (Middle) Photo Source: amgmedikal(Instagram), Robest GH (TikTok)
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In the video, Robest could be seen venting his frustration at Medikal's recent comments about celebrity lookalikes. Earlier, the rapper had criticised the viral lookalikes for mimicking the images of celebrities and complained that they were receiving too much attention from the media.

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Robest took particular offence to Medikal's insults directed at him. His passionate rant had many Ghanaians in stitches.

Robest's video has received widespread attention on social media, with many people praising his wit and humour. Some have even called for him to become a celebrity in his own right, with his charming personality and uncanny resemblance to King Promise.

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Medikal's criticism of celebrity lookalikes has sparked a lively debate online, with some arguing that the mimicry acts were harmless fun, while others disagreed by saying that such acts detracted from the originality of Ghana's music acts. A music expert and pundit previously spoke to and weighed in on the lookalike epidemic.

Celebrities Insulting Viral Lookalikes Is Wrong - Ameyaw Debrah

In a conversation with, renowned blogger and content creator Ameyaw Debrah shared his thoughts on the current lookalike epidemic in the country, expressing concern about celebrities insulting the young men who identify themselves as celebrity lookalikes.

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I personally don't have any issue with look-alikes emerging plenty like that. I think it has become a trend, and people are jumping on it for the fun of it. If they want to be relevant for a long time, they need to create personas that the audiences will love and grow with. I am not happy with celebrities calling them out and insulting them. They are doing nothing wrong. He said.

Situations Where Celebrity Lookalikes Could Land In Trouble

Ameyaw saw nothing wrong with the existence of celebrity lookalikes but however, noted that it becomes wrong when they do shady or illegal activities in the name of a celebrity.

But when they start acting or performing like the celebrities then we can say they are impersonating them. The impersonation could be purely for the purpose of entertainment. There should be legal implications only when they use their look-alike status to scam or fraud people in the name and image of the original people. He noted.

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King Promise Lookalike Sparks Reactions


King promise lookalike apantan de3 eiDans3n paa oo ei This guy is not serious

MA KAY commented:

The gear box really pain your man ooo. AMG Medikal for come berg am la

Hannah Boakye reacted:

Smh! Who is because of acting like somebody....all of a sudden he thinks he's a celebrity??
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GH Men Who Look Like King Promise, Kuami Eugene And Kidi Go Viral

In a similar story, three hilarious young men who share striking resemblance with music stars Kidi, Kuami Eugene and King Promise have caused a stir on social media.

The young men who identify themselves as the lookalikes of the celebrities had many social media users laughing when a video of them surfaced.

In the video, the three guys could be seen making their way through a gate while another young man took a video and cheered them on.

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