Mona Moblɛ hits back the street after Kofi TV used and dumped him after YouTube cash out

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Mona Moblɛ hits back the street after Kofi TV used and dumped him after YouTube cash out

Kofi Ampofo, a popular Ghanaian crazy, used to be a maniac roving the streets of Accra. He became well-known for his catchphrase “Mona Mobl3.”

Following the madman’s viral success, Ghanaian journalist and YouTuber Kofi Adoma of Angel FM and Kofi Tv fame took it upon himself to turn him into a lovely gentleman so that he might be useful to society.

As a result, Kofi Adoma and his Kofi Tv team informed Ghanaians on social media that they had taken Mona Moblɛ to a psychiatric institution for treatment, as evidenced by following photos.

As a result, netizens have reacted positively to the photographs that have leaked on the internet. To some, money is valuable because it has the ability to bring out the best in people.

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However, in a recent video seen online, Mona Moblɛ’s behavior does not appear to be encouraging or promising of critical thinking.

Netizens wonder if Kofi Adoma entirely abandoned him after exploiting him to cash in on YouTube through a series of interviews.

Remember that Kofi Adoma hasn’t mentioned Mona Mobl3 in a long time, as any devoted Kofi Tv fan will attest to, unlike when Mona Mobl3 got viral.

According to reports, Kofi Adoma, the host of Kofi Tv,

According to records, Kofi Adoma, the host of Kofi Tv, visited Mona Mobl3’s home in the Eastern area to do multiple live interviews with Mona Mobl3’s father, aunties, neighbors, and passersby.

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Enough said, have a look at the video below and let us know what you think.

Watch video below; Mona Moblɛ hits back the street after Kofi TV used and dumped him after YouTube cash out

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