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Wanlov sells pads, pampers at Kantamanto
Source:   |   January 18, 2018   |  43 Views

Controversial musician Wanlov the Kubolor is definitely a man of many talents.

Apart from singing, rapping, and acting, the musician seems to have a talent for selling as well.

A recent video he shared online shows him selling at the Kantamanto market.

The member of FOKN Bois has been seen hawking pads and pampers on his head.

In the funny video, he could be heard calling customers attention. Kubolor shouted that the pads are going for GH¢2 while the price of the pampers is GH¢0.20.

Myjoyonline.com gathers the video is part of the behind the scenes video shoot for young rapper, Kwesi Slay.

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