There comes a time, in every celebrity’s life, when they have to face down a fan whose critique of them goes viral.
It has been happening since time immemorial but one Nana Kwame, who slapped Manasseh Azure down in their infamous spat last year, made them famous and since then such internet warriors have been dubbed ‘Nana Kwames’.
Once upon a time, there lived a Nana Kwame who historically shot down Manasseh Azure’s double-standard living with a simple question to his long essay that got Ghana clapping for him.
Well, Nana Kwame’s fame has been dead and buried but same spirit has reincarnated into one Meister Baffuor who has pushed M.anifest into an uncomfortable lead in his space of being a smart musician who advocates for a better Ghana/Africa.
Man of the moment Nana Kwame clashed with his foe Manasseh Azure on Joy Fm’s Super Morning Show Friday, with the pair attempting to put their ‘feud’ to rest on the show.
Nana Kwame revealed on the show that he’s really gained some newfound fame due to the entire saga, as evidenced by the explosive increase in the number of friends he has on Facebook now.
GhanaCelebrities.Com editor Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri has taken the beleaguered multimedia journalist Manasseh Azure back to school for a free speech lesson after the latter embarked on a blocking extravaganza earlier today (Thursday).
Manasseh, fed up with the massive trolling coming his way for his TKO loss at the hands of Nana Kwame, decided to block some of those trolling him.
Massive development in the feud of the moment as Manasseh Azure has changed his profile picture to that of Nana Kwame, his own slayer.
Manasseh’s Facebook account effected the change Thursday, just after 14:00 GMT – sending shock waves throughout all us Ghanaians keenly following the feud.
Joy Fm’s Manasseh Azure, who has been trending for all the wrong reasons the past couple days, has ensured he would stay in the news for just a while longer by going on a blocking spree against his ‘haters’.
The outspoken reporter was ‘Nana Kwame’d’ by the now famous Nana Kwame, and he has been incessantly trolled since, a fact he’s unhappy about.
To say the last few days has been terrible for Manasseh Azure is an understatement. Azure was trolled massively by Facebookers after he was given an epic clapback by one Nana Kwame. The screenshot of the classic response by Nana Kwame was endorsed and shared by thousands on Facebook — making Nana Kwame an overnight … Read more
Earlier today, Joy Fm’s investigative journalist Manasseh Azure Awuni wrote a lengthy epistle crying to his followers that he doesn’t deserve the trolling caused by one Nana Kwame’s epic clapback. In the response, patronizingly titled “An Illogical Comment That Went Viral”, Manasseh called Nana Kwame’s comment senseless and lame. “Of all the comments, the lamest … Read more
Multiple award winning journalist, Manasseh Azure is literally having his worst day ever, after he was slammed by a troll (called Nana Kwame) in one of the most epic clapbacks ever. Now actress Lydia Forson — who one time had a fight with the Joy Fm journalist — has joined forces with social media … Read more
Manasseh Azure Awuni has been brutally trolled by Ghanaians online after he wrote a ‘project work’ style response to a Ghanaian who brilliantly trolled him for attacking an African conference of CEO’s held in Europe.
Manasseh wondered aloud why the conference was not held in Africa to keep the revenue generated from it here, which prompted Nana Kwame’s now viral response.
Seems like a lot of Ghanaians have really ‘mean’ Manasseh Azure Awuni – the Joy Fm reporter is currently being trolled big time on social media for his current ‘feud’ with Nana Kwame.
Manasseh lambasted African CEO’s for holding a conference in Geneva when it could equally have been held in any African city to boost its economy. That prompted the now viral response from Nana Kwame asking Manasseh why he held his wedding in Aburi and not his hometown of Bongo to boost its economy.