Musicians are known to attract different kinds of ladies, so it is strange when two talented individual in a group rebel each other in a night club just to woo a lady.
Information reaching Ghanacelebrities.com has it that hiplife/raglife duo Akesifour AKC4-Ras Biggie (Andy Nii Okai) and Big Joe (Ntim Mensah were spotted in a night club exchanging heated words with each other over a lady.
Our source said, though the two were not fighting like boxers, they were exchanging hot words as to which one should approach the lady, who was sitting alone by the counter and having a drink.
The duo was in the company of a friend, who apparently was also interested in approaching the lady, hence joining in the ‘fight’. According to our source who was also in the club with couple of friends, they couldn’t help than burst out laughing uncontrollable.
We are told after the battle of words; the three agreed that each of them should approach the lady and try their luck. Each of them went and expressed their instant love to the lady with ‘I’ll be there’ for you playing a major part in their lyrics.
The said lady just sat, enjoyed her drink and smiled at their gestures. Soon after they had displayed their love for her, another man with flowers walked to the club and went straight to where the lady was sitting. He handed the flowers to her and gave her a big hug.
It became obvious to them that, the lady was waiting for her man. The duo and the friend concurred that, they had lost, so they continued their drink and shook hands. But they didn’t escape being mocked at by others in the club.
Interesting right…? The duo decided to record a song and feature the friend using their experience in the club as a concept for the video for the same song ‘I’ll be there’.
Enjoy the video below and click here to download a copy of the song.
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