- Bukom Banku has told Ayittey Powers not to attend his mother’s funeral
- The comic actor and boxer announced his mother’s passing in a recent interview
- He said he will shoot Ayittey Powers if he defies his directive
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Popular Ghanaian boxer and comic actor, Braimah Kamoko, famed as Bukom Banku, has cautioned former best friend, Ayittey Powers, against attending his mother’s funeral.
Bukom Banku announced the death of his mother in his latest chat with SVTV Africa.
Despite helping his former best friend bury his mother when she passed, Bukom Banku said he does not want Ayittey Powers to reciprocate because they are no longer friends.
He warned that he will hurt Ayittey Powers should he defy his warning and attend the funeral.
“The Bible said if your hands disturb you, cut it off. Not even John Mahama can talk me out of this,” he stated, adding: “I helped Powers to bury his mother but if he comes to the funeral, I'll cut his head off. I don't want him to come to my mother’s funeral. I'll even shoot him. Everyone can come but not him.”
Watch the chat here:
Meanwhile, in an earlier YEN.com.gh report, Bukom Banku cautioned against the constant passing of negative remarks about his lifestyle.
The controversial pugilist came under heavy backlash recently for bleaching his skin.
He, however, warned against the constant criticisms of his decision to bleach from time to time.
In other news on YEN.com.gh, Otumfuo’s Nkwantakesehene, Nana Boakye Yaw Ababio, described Twene Jonas, the US-based Ghanaian vlogger as a “living dead.”
Jonas incurred the wrath of the Nkwantakesehene and the entire Asanteman for defiling and disrespecting the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, in his latest take on the dreaded illegal mining menace in the country.
The controversial social media commentator vehemently lashed out at the venerable Ashanti monarch over his inability to expose traditional rulers and politicians who are destroying the lands and water bodies through illegal mining.
Responding to Jonas’ criticism of the Asantehene, Otumfuo's Nkwantakesehene, Nana Boakye Yaw Ababio, vowed that he will be punished severely for flagrantly disrespecting the respected traditional ruler.
He said Jonas should begin to “wail wherever he is” because no one makes false and damaging statements about the Asantehene in the manner he did and goes unpunished.
Jonas has boldly reacted on social media amid reports that he had insulted Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
As he has been trending for the wrong reason, Jonas has open fire on social media.
According to him, he is fearless and he will also be speaking the truth.