Queenlet: Ghanaian Musician To Attempt Sing-A-Thon In Germany For A GWR Certificate

Queenlet: Ghanaian Musician To Attempt Sing-A-Thon In Germany For A GWR Certificate

  • A German-based Ghanaian musician, Queenlet, has announced plans to attempt a sing-a-thon event for a Guinness World Record recognition
  • The lady will begin her sing-a-thon event from July 21 to July 26, 2024, in Hamburg, Germany
  • Queenlet's announcement comes in the wake of the scandal involving Chef Smith, who forged a GWR certificate to deceive Ghanaians

A Ghanaian musician, Queenlet, based in Germany, has announced her plans to attempt a Guinness World Record (GWR) in the wake of the Chef Smith scandal, which has dented Ghana's image on the global stage.

Queenlet: Ghanaian Musician To Attempt Sing-A-Thon In Germany For A GWR Certificate
Queenlet Photo source: @QueenLet
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Queenlet to attempt sing-a-thon in Germany

Queenlet took to social media to announce that she will seek to set a new world record for the longest singing marathon by an individual for a GWR recognition.

The musician revealed that she will attempt the sing-a-thon event in Hamburg, Germany, from July 21 to July 26, 2024.

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Queenlet will look to surpass Sunil Waghmare, who became the record holder for the longest singing marathon by an individual in GWR history by singing for 105 hours from March 3 to 7, 2012, in Nagpur, India.

She will become the latest Ghanaian to attempt the GWR feat after Afua Asantewaa Aduonum and Juliet Kwakye recently failed.

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Netizens react to Queenlet's sing-a-thon attempt announcement

YEN.com.gh has gathered some comments from social media users in reaction to Queenlet's announcement.

@theghanainsider commented:

"We haven’t finished establishing a conclusion and look at someone too "

@joe_felix_akroku commented:

"Can we move on?"

@miss_hannah20 commented:

"I just wish Ghana is banned from attempting at this point. What's all this? Please, we don't like again. Let's end it."

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@acepappy09 commented:

"Guinness World Records must close their book"

@randomsbynel commented:

"What is it? Haven’t you done enough??"

@amish.wardrobe commented:

"Is this book, not torn by now"

@serwaaakwei commented:

"Have we (Ghanaians) not done enough to this book already?"

@ivy_nimoh commented:

"Nti you ppl won't learn anything??? Stop these a-thons and let us breathe...enough is enough"

Afua Asantewaa announces plan to attempt sing-a-thon record again

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Afua Asantewaa Owusu Aduonum has again expressed her ambition to hold a Guinness World Record.

In an interview with GHOne TV, Afua Asantewaa revealed that she plans to attempt the sing-a-thon record again after failing in her first attempt.

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