Rev Obofour Exposed for ‘Stealing’ A Billionaire’s Rolls Royce and Claiming It’s His? – Watch the Alleged Real Owner Claim His Property – VIDEO

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Well there’s a twist we didn’t expect. Rev. Obofour’s new Rolls Royce is allegedly not his but belongs to a Ghanaian billionaire from who he borrowed it.

A new video on social media shows a dude claiming ownership of the Rolls Royce and saying Kofi TV lied that it belonged to Obofour.

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The preacher has been trending for numerous days now after reports came out that he had purchased a new Rolls Royce for close to $1m.

He even reportedly attended a wedding in Kumasi with it last weekend to spray cash on the poor and helpless.

However, these new videos show a guy claiming the car never belonged to Obofour but that it belongs to a Ghanaian billionaire known as ‘Why Fynn’.

The guy is apparently seen cruising in the car to show it doesn’t belong to Obofour.

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It’s not even clear if this is legit or just the new Shatta Bandle going around showing off a life that isn’t his just for social media traction.

Check the video yourself below and tell us what you think…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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