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Kuami Eugene’s lookalike Cries Over Arrest of His Friend

kuami eugene’s lookalike cries over arrest of his friend

Arrest of King Promise Lookalike Sparks Outrage on Social Media

On June 5, 2023, a video went viral on social media showing the arrest of an individual who closely resembled King Promise, while he was filming a video at his residence. This incident sparked a flurry of reactions from social media users, leading to various speculations about the reasons behind the arrest.

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A day after the incident, Code Micky took to Twitter and shared a video showcasing the emotional response of someone who resembled Kuami Eugene, expressing his outrage and determination to secure the release of his friend. He vowed to do whatever it takes to bring his brother back home and made a pointed remark about the police officer who had handcuffed his friend, stating that the same officer would be responsible for returning him.

In the video, filled with raw emotions, he questioned the actions of the police officer, particularly their abrupt entry into the house without any identification or seeking permission. He also raised concerns about why his friend was handcuffed when there had been no signs of misconduct during the arrest.

“My brother will come back. The police who arrested my brother will be the same person to bring him home. That police officer entered the room without showing any identification or seeking permission. Moreover, he didn’t speak in a polite manner. In normal circumstances, you don’t handcuff a person unless they are misbehaving, but look at what happened,” he lamented.

He expressed their collective dismay at the embarrassment they were facing, especially after receiving accolades at Asantewaa’s birthday party. He highlighted the substantial amount of money they had invested in their unreleased song, which they had performed at the event, while still owing the producer.

“We spent a significant amount of money on that song, and we haven’t finished paying for it yet. Abotsi produced the song. Ask Abotsi how much he would charge us. A big star like this, and ask him the amount. My friends and I did our best to record this song, which is yet to be released, and we went to bless Asantewaa with our unreleased song at her event. We received such high praise, and now look at what you’ve brought upon us,” he expressed with frustration.



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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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