Archipalago Needs Counselling, The Dislikes On His Song Has Sent Him Into Depression – Counsellor Lutterodt

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Ghana’s omnipresent comedian, Counsellor Lutterodt, has given his thoughts out on the current trending issue of Archipalago’s heavily disliked song ‘Megye’.

Lutterodt, who always claims to be a counsellor but in reality is funnier than most of Ghana’s comedians, claims the huge number of dislikes Ghanaians have given to Palago’s song is likely to send him into depression.

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He revealed his belief in a chat with Kofi TV about Archipalago’s heavily panned single.

As you likely know, Palago recently released a single dubbed ‘Megye’. Unfortunately for him, Ghanaians have massively rejected the single as ‘wack’, and it has garnered an extraordinary amount of dislikes on YouTube.

According to Lutterodt, if not for Archipalago he would not have known there was something known as ‘dislike’ for YouTube videos.

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He added that considering the huge amount of dislikes the song has gotten, Archipalago might get depressed so he urgently needs counselling.

Watch the video below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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