Talented Ghanaian barber draws Sarkodie in fan's hair, rapper reacts

Talented Ghanaian barber draws Sarkodie in fan's hair, rapper reacts

- Andisbarber1, a talented Ghanaian barber, has created Sarkodie's image in the hair of one of his fans

- The photos have since begun to trend online because of how amazing the art was and Sarkodie himself reacted to it

- According to the renowned rapper, the art shows how much the fans love him

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Talented Ghanaian barber identified on Twitter as Andisbarber1's work has gone viral after drawing Sarkodie's image in his fan's hair.

On photos sighted by Briefly.co.za on the barber's personal handle, Andisbarber1 could be seen exhibiting all seriousness as he poured out his full measure of creativity into the art.

A popular image of the renowned Ghanaian rapper was used as the sample to create the hair image which also bore the words, 'The Highest', an accolade known of Sarkodie.

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See the barber's original post below:

The images quickly went viral on social media to the extent of catching the attention of Sarkodie himself, who reposted the photos captioned with heartwarming words.

In his post, the renowned Ghanaian rapper brought out the original photo that the barber drew and placed it side-by-side the image Andisbarber1 made.

Talented Ghanaian barber draws Sarkodie in fan's hair; Sark reacts

Talented Ghanaian barber draws Sarkodie in fan's hair Source: Twitter, Sarkodie, Andisbarber1
Source: UGC

According to Sarkodie, the art has shown how much he is loved by his fans as it would not take any normal fan to go to the extent of dedicating so much time and effort into this.

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See Sarkodie's post below:

In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, a breathtaking video has surfaced online showing talented Ghanaian kids singing like renowned Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer, Stonebwoy.

The video was recorded by an unnamed social media user and made public in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal handle of Analimbeychris on Twitter.

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The kids did a brilliant freestyle performance of one of the popular hit songs of Stonebwoy, whose real name is Livingstone Etse Satekla.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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