Monday, March 18, 2013

Ghanaian comedian and new musician DKB, who hit the news last year for slapping housemate, Zinab when he represented Ghana at the 2012 Big Brother Africa reality show, has used the word ‘Dunaa’ (which means buttocks) in his new single.

The song ‘Winner,’ which is supposed to rally support for the Black Stars of Ghana as they begin the 2013 African Cup of Nations Tournament (AFCON) featured Nigerian comedian, Hogan who performed both at the 1013 and 1014 Laughs and Music.

DKB rapped “…my friend Asamoah Gyan bi the winner. If you don’t understand then you be holy sinner, he dey scatter Super Eagles pass Chicken Dunaa.”

The idea behind the song is said to have originated from an argument between the two comedians on Blackberry Messenger to find out which country was the best when it comes to football.
The names of great African footballers like Asamoah Gyan, Yakubu Ayigbemi, Dede Ayew, Richard Kingson, Obafemi Martins, among others were mentioned in the song.

The song, which is being played by radio stations in Nigeria, has failed to get attention because of the word ‘Dunaa.’
The Black Stars of Ghana and the Super Eagles of Nigeria have had the strongest form of rivalry on the pitch since the beginning of time.

The AFCON tournament, which will be played in South Africa, will host the best teams across Africa.  Opening ceremony for the tournament will take place on January 19.
Football analysts have already named Ghana as tournament favourites.


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