Ghanaian media personality and actor, George Nii Armah Quaye has revealed his discomfort about the way some Ghanaian media stations are entertaining the so-called artist’s Lookalike, King Promise, Mr. Drew, Medikal, and lastly Kuami Eugene.
George Quaye stated on the Hitz FM Daybreak morning show earlier this morning that he doesn’t the fanciness of these Lookalikes that has gotten some media houses to entertain them on their platforms.
What I do not fancy is media houses giving the lookalikes the platform. Aside from that, lookalikes are not new. – @g_quaye #DaybreakHitz
— Hitz 103.9 FM (@Hitz1039FM) April 18, 2023
Robest GH, the look-alike of singer King Promise from Ghana, has drawn attention on social media with a humorous video in which he criticizes rapper Medikal and claims that if he had money, he would have had the rapper arrested.
The ‘Omo Ada’ rapper has previously berated the viral lookalikes for copying the likenesses of superstars and claimed that the media was giving them too much attention.
Medikal’s remarks at Robest particularly offended him. Many Ghanaians were in stitches after his heated tirade.
Social media users have praised Robest for his wit and humour as a result of the video’s global exposure.
Some have even said that because of his endearing demeanour and striking resemblance to King Promise, he should become a superstar in his own right.