Ghanaian Bloggers Have Never Chopped Money In Their Lives Until They Started Blogging About Me — Badu Kobi Ignorantly Brags

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Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi continues to remain arrogant in the face of criticism being landed on him for frankly being ethnocentric.

Any other public figure who made those comments would have paid some consequence by now, but pastors are obviously off-limits and can do whatever they want.

Instead of apologizing, Badu Kobi continues to say all he can to justify his comments denigrating ladies of the Ashanti, Fante and Ewe tribes.

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And just to tickle himself, he claims Ghanaian bloggers are only talking about him because he trends and makes money for us, but definitely not because his comments are pure trash.

Speaking in his church, Kobi claimed bloggers have never chopped as much money as they are now writing about him, and he wants them to continue so they keep making more money.

“Badu Kobi is a brand. In fact, bloggers can testify they’ve never chopped money in their lifetime like my time. They keep reporting for money and I want them to chop,” he bragged.

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He’s a sad little man, doing everything to make himself feel better instead of accepting his ideas are outdated and odious. But as I mentioned earlier, pastors can do anything they like and suffer no consequences, and this man still has a congregation cheering on his every word.

As for his assertion about making money for bloggers, it’s pretty obvious to anyone who knows anything about showbiz that it couldn’t be further from the truth.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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