Low Budget King Promise, KiDi and Kuami Eugene Lookalikes Take To The Streets To Perform Together; Video Cause Massive Stir

KiDi, King Promise, and Kuami Eugene lookalikes are once again making headlines. The trio has gone viral again again after being seen performing on the streets of Accra with speakers mounted behind a vehicle.



Gregory Bortey Newman, King Promise’s doppelganger, was seen with a microphone and performing one of the artiste’s popular songs, ‘Abena,’ as his fellow lookalike buddies recorded and cheered him on in a video viewed by Ghanawebnewsonline.com.


All three impersonators wore comparable outfits to their real-life counterparts. It’s unclear which neighborhoods they went to.

Passers-by, on the other hand, were ecstatic with the trio’s effort in hosting a convert and took out their phones to record it. Others in their automobiles peered out the windows, hoping to catch a sight.


KiDi and Kuami Eugene, lookalikes of Lynx Entertainment record label artistes, have taken their imitation to the next level by sharing a stage at an event in a different video.


The doppelgangers sang songs by the original artists for some guests at an event that was thought to be a birthday party.


While visitors danced their hearts out, the couple dressed up as KiDi and Kuami Eugene and performed the Lynx signees’ collaboration, Spiritual.

On a similar case, the doppelgangers enlisted King Promise’s likeness for a product activation stunt in Accra’s streets.


However, netizens have expressed concern over the three lookalikes’ frequent impersonation, and have proposed to the genuine artists to impose certain restrictions via tweets.


Readers may recall that Delay, a media figure, had requested that the duplication harm the KiDi and Kuami Eugene brands.


Delay stated that she has enough media knowledge to foretell how the whole lookalike saga would end, and that the two performers should not take it lightly.



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