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“They should have fun” – King Promise on his lookalikes

King Promise has given his lookalikes the nod to have fun once they are not crossing boundaries with their looks.

The trends and buzz around lookalikes of Artistes became a topic in the entertainment industry as key players discussed the possible repercussions of their deeds and other mainstream artistes like Shatta Wale, Medikal and Fameye came out to have a say about the trend.


The VGMA Afrobeats and Album of the year Winner, King Promise in an interview with Radio Host Abeiku Santana on Okay FM’s drive time “Efie Kwan so” has stated he has nothing against people parading on social media as his lookalike.

In an interview to promote his new single Terminator, the Artiste stated that once the lookalikes are not performing his song and are acting moderatly with the buzz they have gotten around his look, he leaves them to have fun and he also commented on their aptness in starting music.

“I no be say dem dey do performance. That one be different. Right now I see say Dem dey do music. They lauch their own career ” he stated.

He reiterated his position on them continuing with the trend once they are not crossing boundaries that could bring serious repercussions on them. As a man who has influenced people, if he is seen as a role model and is been mimicked, he has no problem.

“I’m in a position where I influence generation with my music and what I have and if people feel like I’m their role model or their idol, and they appreciate me and mimicking how I carry myself, I’m not mad at that you know. Let them do their thing. It’s not like they are crossing some line or  boundaries that’s crazy and they have to be stopped” he reiterated.

The artiste in his speech further stated he has no reservations concerning what they are doing and he sees them as his fans.

” I feel like they are fans who are showing love in a different way you understand. Some people are aggressive with it they jump in your car, some people they just wanna be like you and there is really nothing I can do about it. I have nothing I can do against the kids. They can do as they please as long as they are not crossing boundaries and not acting stupid with the name bro they should have fun.” He said.

He also introduced a dance challenge on his new single terminator which will soon flood social media.

Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour
Richmond Ampofo Fordjour is a Student Journalist at the University of Media, Arts, and Communication, Uni-MAC GIJ. He is a Research enthusiast and an avid reader.


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