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(WATCH VIDEO) I Once Lived With 3 Gigantic Snakes In My House — “Diabolo Man” Reveals

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Veteran Ghanaian actor, ‘Diabolo Man’ known in real life as Bob Smith Jnr has revealed that he once lived with 3 snakes in his apartment during his active acting days.
Bob Smith, an Executive member of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) added that he studied about snakes so he had no fear when it comes to handling species like that.

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“Pay Attention To Folklore” — Bob Smith Jnr aka "Diabolo Man" To Ghanaian Movie Producers

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Veteran Ghanaian actor, born Bob Smith Junior, popularly known as “Diabolo Man” has said Ghanaian movie producers should concentrate on folklore.
According to the “Mama Mia” actor, he believes going back to our traditional ways of telling stories will help shape the status of the dying movie industry.

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Bob Smith Jnr Calls On Agya Koo To Apologise For Arrogant Comment That He Revived The Ghanaian Movie Industry

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Agya Koo
Veteran actor Bob Smith Jnr, famous for his role as the diabolo man, has come out to call on Agya Koo to apologise for some presumptuous comments he made.
Agya Koo had claimed in a recent interview that shows like Kumkum Bagya are famous because they are filling a vacuum created by his absence from a dying industry.

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'Diabolo' Man- Bob Smith Jnr Calls On Juliet Ibrahim To Apologise After She Said Young Filmmakers Are The Ones Who Put Ghana On The Map

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Juliet Ibrahim
Juliet Ibrahim

The arrogance of youth, eh? The battles fought by the older generation to lay the groundwork for the current one looks like it’s being trivialised – although if anything the industry has actually regressed.
The man most famous for his appearance in the ‘Diabolo’ movies, Bob Smith Jnr, has taken a swipe at actress Juliet Ibrahim for comments she passed during the premiere of Salma Mumin’s ‘No Man’s Land’

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