Ras Nene: Ghanaian Man Abroad Causes Stir As He Accuses Actor Of Exploiting Strika, Video Trends

Ras Nene: Ghanaian Man Abroad Causes Stir As He Accuses Actor Of Exploiting Strika, Video Trends

  • A video of a Ghanaian man reacting to recent developments about Strika shooting skits with Ras Nene and his team has gone viral
  • The man said that Strika should be undergoing rehabilitation instead of acting
  • Many people who watched the video disagreed with the man over his comments about Ras Nene

A Ghanaian man resident abroad has triggered reactions online after he accused Ghanaian actor Ras Nene of exploiting Strika for his selfish interest.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Bigscout Media on YouTube, the young man, identified as Nana Prempeh, was seated in a vehicle and remarked that anyone who claims to have the best interest of Strika at heart would first endeavour to get the boy to undergo rehabilitation and not get him to shoot skits.

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Photo of Ghanaian man, Strika, Ras Nene and Gun Shot
Ghanaian man calls out Ras Nene Photo credit: @Mike's Entertainment/Facebook @Bigscout/YouTube
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Sounding displeased, the young man said Strika should only be considered for acting roles after rehabilitation.

"Dr Likee is my brother, but I can say that he is only using the boy for his selfish gains because he is popular," he lamented.

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The intentions of Dr Likee to support Strika is commendable

A counsellor, Mr Daniel Fenyi in an interview with YEN.com.gh explained that although the call for Strika to undergo rehabilitation is good, the attempt to downplay the support Dr Likee and his team have offered the young actor should not be encouraged.

"I believe that Rehabilitation might be beneficial for someone like Strika who's facing such difficulties. However, Dr Likee and his team's intention to support Strika through acting in skits is also commendable, but it should be done with a holistic understanding of Strika's well-being.

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Balancing career opportunities with the need for personal development and overcoming challenges is crucial in such situations. I believe that if Dr. Likee and his team continue to give Strika a professional guidance in acting and a comprehensive support system, it would contribute to Strika's overall welfare and recovery.

Mr Fenyi called for Dr Likee and his team to be allowed to work with Strika.

Therefore, we should allow Dr. Likee to continue to work with Strika and let's see how the future will turn out, then a proper decision could be made going forward whether to send him to a Rehab or continue to shoot the skits," he told YEN.com.gh

Ghanaians disagree with the young man comment about Dr Likee

Netizens who thronged the comments section of the video disagreed with the young man regarding his comments about Dr Likee and Strika.

@enockkowusu4094 indicated:

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You had it wrong bro. Without rehab, Striker can make it. Besides, they aren't using him for their gains.

@emmanuelcann5978 commented:

Bro it doesn’t matter what people have done for him before I believe that DR likee can make a difference in his life so let’s just pray that GOD help him to change

@watchit16 replied:

He needs to be attending rehab, if he's still addicted. By Liki giving him a chance that can also lift his spirit up, but Liki needs to make sure he's attending some sort of rehab

Strika's mother thanks Gun Shot and Dr Likee

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the mother of Strika was overcome with emotion as she expressed gratitude to actor Gun Shot.

Gun Shot was the one who reached out to her son and opted to help him revive his acting career.

The emotional video captured Strika's mother as she knelt before Gun Shot, pouring out her thanks for the relentless efforts put forth by both Gun Shot and Ras Nene to rescue her son.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Philip Boateng Kessie (Human-Interest editor) Philip Boateng Kessie is a Human Interest editor at YEN.com.gh. He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. Philip previously served as a reporter for Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL). He also worked as a content writer for Scooper News. Email: philip.kessie@yen.com.gh.