YEN.com.gh has sighted a new hilarious video of diminutive Kumawood actor, Yaw Dabo.
In the video shared on by @beautiful_ghanaians, Yaw Dabo is seen advertising the premiering of a movie at the University of Ghana.
Interestingly, Dabo chose to do his advert in English and he literally took the Queen's language to the slaughter.
His start alone, will get you rolling on the floor with laughter.
"Yo yo yo, this your boy 'Adwen k3se3' nie. In 29th, Sunday, I'm coming there, eerhh, errhh Legon you know. I'm coming to meet you one-on-one. We are premier some movie called Sam Lokko. Do you Sam Lokko is a movie you can't sit or you can't watch?"
Yaw Dabo went ahead to deliver vital information about the movie premiere, all in very funny English.
Social media users who came across the hilarious video could not help but laugh.
@ekow.2known "Na you koraa, you be boy or man? "
@_chr.ista_"He deserves some accolades" Aaaaah the English he has forced��"
@luckie_luchiano1 "when they start using phrases like ‘ you know what am saying’ you know what I mean’ n anything you know.. then you should ‘know’ the language is a problem"
Born Samuel Nana Yaw Dabo about 20 years ago, aka Adwen K3se3 (big brain).
After being introduced to the Kumawood industry by fellow actor, Kwaku Manu, Dabo has become a household name for his movies.
He has so far featured in over 60 Kumawood and is considered as one of the best comic actors in Kumawood now.
It is not known if the video was all part of his comic lifestyle or he is just handicapped in English. But anyhow it is, the video is still very funny.
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