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The abnormality in today’s world is justified : a case study of Bosom P-Yung…

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The abnormality in today’s world is justified : a case study of Bosom P-Yung…

The Attaa Adwoa @ flowrhythm crooner, , who has just unseated Hon. Aponkye and Shatta Bandle is enjoying every bit of his temporal celebrity status.

Having explained the meaning of his name to Berla Mundi on TV3 the last time, he is still trending because of his strategically implemented abnormality in his famous video.

He had explained that Bosom (gods in Akan) is any human alive because God created humans in his own image, but, a bit less of him so that makes us lesser god. With the P-Yung, he explained that the ‘P’ stands for his real name, Prince, and the Yung means ‘young’ as he is the youngest child of his parent.

It will interest you to know that Bosom P-Yung is a graduate from the University of Ghana’s Political Science Department…and was struggling to make a hit song as a break into the limelight.

He revealed that he had recorded the “Attaa Adwoa” song as far back as January, 2019, and uploaded it 7 months ago.

But, as usual, Ghanaians waited for the video with the buffoonery stunts before recognizing that the guy was abnormally talented !

He used his weird dancing moves, foolish gestures and insane shouting in the video to court attention. For now, he has taken over as the ‘numero un’ trending dude, ahead of Hon. Aponkye and others.

So, we can conclude that it’s only abnormal moves that can make you trend in a normal Ghanaian society.

BY: C. A. Asante
Freelance Writer

C. A. Asante

C. A. Asante is a teacher (Village Teacher) by profession who has reported on a number of elections in Ghana for Central Press Newspaper. He is known among his peers as a researcher and regular contributor in Education, Politics, etc. Follow : Instagram- @ chris_asante1...Facebook: CA Asante

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