Ras Nene aka Dr. Likee and his crew were welcomed with Akan traditional dance as they landed in France ahead of their Europe tour.
Ras Nene aka Dr. Likee has taken over the comedy space in Ghana on Youtube, his contents are now one of the most-watched in the country. We can not talk about Dr. Likee and leave people like Kyekyeku, 39 40, and Shifo out, they have done very well in entertaining Ghanaians with their creativity.
The sensational Ghanaian actor, Ras Nene, and his team were welcomed in France beautifully and this has gotten the attention of netizens who can’t stop congratulating them on social media.
Aka Ebenezer or Ras Nene was seen in a video with Kyekyeku and female traditional dancers adorned in rich Kente cloth reflecting the rich Ashanti culture as they danced adowa in their welcome ceremony.
Watch the video below;
There was a massive comparison between Ras Nene and Lilwin about who is the greatest in terms of comedy, many shared their views on this; some were like Lilwin can’t be compared with anyone while some also think Aka Ebenezer or Ras Nene has taken the game to a whole new level.
But one of the best actors who graced our screens with their talent, Great Salinko also shared his views about the whole comparison, he made it clear that it is soo wrong for people to compare Ras Nene Lilwin.
The Kumawood sensational actor explained more about what he said by saying that;
“Lil Win has been around for more than a decade and he fits in any role given to him. Whether it is comedy or serious roles Lil Win will execute them with ease. Ras Nene is not a bad actor but Lil Win has been consistent and funny so comparing the two is like comparing some of these young rappers to Sarkodie which is totally disrespectful,” he said.
Great Salinko also urges people to learn to acknowledge those who have paid their dues in the industry and accord them the respect they deserve.
“We need to respect the seniors in the game and appreciate their contribution. I respect any actor who has been around for more than a decade and is still relevant,” he added.