- Robertgh, the gentleman who refers to himself as King Promise's lookalike was heavily criticised by a social media user recently
- The incident happened on his TikTok handle, where he went live and accepted that a gentleman called Pinto join him, not knowing what he was going to face
- After Pinto's criticism, Robertgh was dumbfounded as he tried to speak but was unable to construct a sentence
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A gentleman known on TikTok as Robertgh, who also goes by the tag 'King Promise lookalike', has got many social media users laughing hysterically.
During one of his live videos, the gentleman was barefacedly criticised by a gentleman identified as Pinto on the online platform.
Pinto told Robertgh that he had to stop imitating the famous Ghanaian musician, on the basis that they share similar facial characteristics.
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"You have to stop what you are doing. You cannot just wake up and be on social media expecting people to send you money or gifts when even the real King Promise is outside the country working hard to fend for his family," Pinto told Robertgh.
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By the time Pinto was done speaking, King Promise's lookalike was unable to speak. He attempted to but began to stammer until the end of the recording.
Ghanaians react to King Promise's lookalike's video
Check out some of the comments at the comment section of the video below.
At first I tho it was a pic of him not knowing he was listening live
It’s like everyone dey this guy ein top. What about the others?
King Promise's lookalike talks about how celebrities are jealous because they have stolen their girls
Naah I for download this TikTok some lol
Why he said “odwan” and at the same time “m333” was that, he don’t want him to interpret am as http://G.O.A.T but rather the real sokoto red
See the video below:
Kuami Eugene warns lookalikes to be on guard for their own safety
Meanwhile, Ghanaian musician Kuami Eugene has expressed his opinions on the social media trend of celebrity impersonators.
In a recent interview with Jason on MX24 TV, the musician admitted that while he first had no issue with the trend, he has since grown concerned about how the lookalikes are capitalising on their hype.
Eugene claims that it has become a problem since these impersonators of famous people have started performing the celebrities' popular tunes.
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