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Entertainment of Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Source: Zionfelix

I've no house, no land all because of Charterhouse's wicked plot - DKB


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Ghanaian comedian, Derrick Kobina Bonney, well known as DKB, has disclosed Charterhouse has made him lose a lot of money in his career.

He told Zion Felix in an interview on the ‘Uncut Show’ that what Charterhouse has done to him is painful and unforgettable.

DKB lamented he has not been able to buy land and build a house all because of a wicked plot masterminded by Charterhouse.

The popular comedian revealed he lost a deal worth about Gh 200, 000 after the marketing manager and his team at Charterhouse tagged him as someone who is not a funny comedian.

According to him, that created a certain perception about him and that caused a lot of damage to him and others.

DKB said he cried like a baby when the incident occurred some years ago.

He said he had estimated to by land and start building with the amount he budgeted from the show which eluded him through the doing of Charterhouse.

DKB explained the issue of land guards is also one of the reasons he didn’t buy a land because he was afraid of losing it if he had failed to develop it on time.

He stressed that Charterhouse has destroyed a lot of careers by tagging Ghanaian comedians as not funny.

Watch the full interview below.



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