Sing-A-Thon: Juliet Kwakye's Record Attempt Enters Day Four, Video Of Her Looking Tired Causes Stir

Sing-A-Thon: Juliet Kwakye's Record Attempt Enters Day Four, Video Of Her Looking Tired Causes Stir

  • Ghanaian nurse Juliet Kwakye's ongoing singing marathon has now entered its fourth day
  • A video that has since gone viral showed the moment Juliet Kwakye was captured looking visibly tired
  • Many people who reacted to the video have urged the young lady to give off her maximum best

Juliet Kwakye's ongoing attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest singing time by an individual has entered its fourth day.

The Ghanaian nurse, poised to break India's Sunil Waghmare record set in 2012, has now sung for 72 hours.

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Juliet Kwakye's sing-a-thon enters day four Photo credit: @Oda Citizen TV/Facebook
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Another video, which has since gone viral and was sighted by on TikTok, showed Juliet Kwakye seated in his glass booth, looking visibly exhausted and dull as she sang.

Despite this, she still showed resilience as she sang some popular Ghanaian gospel tunes.

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Juliet Kwakye is the second Ghanaian to attempt the record after Afua Asantewaa Aduonum tried in December 2023 but was disqualified.

At the time of writing the report, the video had generated over 6000 likes and 300 comments.

Watch the video below

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Speaking in an interview with, Juliet Kwakye thanked Ghanaians for the support she received during the record attempt.

She provided an update regarding the review process by the Guinness World Records and stated that she is medically fit.

"Thanks very much for the support. I am good and fine as well. Please, the team is yet to upload the evidence to the Guinness World Record for review,”

Ghanaians react to the video

Social media users who thronged the comment section of the video had urged Juliet Kwakye to finish hard.

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yaw dwarkwaa indicated:

Finish hard, yes you can

kojo_.odo commented:

Yasum wo afidie ampa, go girl

Nora_ babe6 reacted

Day 2 mpo nie then Afua Asantewaa did well paa

Akosuapadilla commented:

Pls go home nd rest i beg secof ur health

dorcasahenkorah50 indicated:

You have done enough my dear. Go get that rest

Sassy Joan added:

Afua Asantewaa , please forgive us we are sorry

Jo's Venu replied:

go go girl you can win it simple

Chef Smith confident of setting Guinness World Record

Earlier, reported that Ghanaian chef Ebenezer Smith is hopeful that Guinness World Records will name him the individual with the longest cooking time.

He said this in an interview after he was asked if he remains optimistic about breaking Alan Fisher's current cook-a-thon record.

Chef Smith explained that his team ensured that all the rules surrounding the cook-a-thon were strictly adhered to.

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