The ongoing brouhaha between Ghanaian celebrities and their look-alikes is a way of celebrating artists and their art before their death and not after, hotfmghana learns.
Ghanaians have all these years groaned on how the deaths of icons are massively honoured as the same is not done during their lifetime.
Meanwhile, a few Ghanaian artists including Medikal, Keche, and Shatta Wale have taken to their social media pages to attack their alleged look-alikes in fear of digital copy rights infringement.
The artiste look-alikes included King Promise, Medikal, Kwame Eugene and Mr Drew. These persons have agreed to recruit more look-alikes as they have been working hard to achieve their aim.
Despite the look-alikes’ claims of not profiting from any artiste’s work, they have been sighted requesting MoMo from their fans in viral videos on social media.
Check out some of the warnings from Ghanaian artists below:
Amg Medikal sends strong warning to the look-alike gang and all media houses promoting them pic.twitter.com/NdsEKgnEq9
— SIKAOFFICIAL🦍 (@SIKAOFFICIAL1) April 14, 2023
Like the way I go cane some one errr smh 😡😡😡 pic.twitter.com/xXDATO1PwZ
— #TheSkillTeam (@kecheglobal) April 15, 2023
Look alike association 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Come and learn how to do business on my Facebook Live
There is business and there is nonsense 🤣🥂
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) April 15, 2023
More to come……..