The comedian frowned on news that was read on an edition of UTV’s ‘Entertainment News’ that he is in UK begging for money.
“I am not in UK begging for money. I am in UK shooting movies here and I have been here for the past one month. The short video that was used on UTV that I was begging for money was a video taken from a short comic video I short here in UK; so for someone to say I am stranded in UK and begging for money is wrong,” he furiously lamented.
On the comparison people are making between him and Kalybos, he said that; Kalybos is doing well and very happy that he (Kalybos) is bagging corporate endorsement deals as a comedian.
“Kalybos and I are on different patterns. What he does is different from what I do but I don’t think if I have jobs with good offers in UK, I should still remain in Ghana. I want to be at the top,” he explained.
He stated that; not too long ago, people were comparing him to Funny Face and even tried to bring competition between him and Funny Face – now that new talent has popped up, they want to bring competition between him and the new talent – Kalybos.
To him; he will urged people to try and encourage new talents by not by killing the old ones, so we can all help to push the comic industry.