JUST IN: Asake: Ghana Mama Toli Toli Gets Featured In BBC, Shares Her Admiration for Afrobeats Artist, “Huge”

Asake: Ghana Mama Toli Toli Gets Featured In BBC, Shares Her Admiration for Afrobeats Artist, "Huge"

: Mama Toli Toli Gets Featured In BBC, Shares Her Admiration for Afrobeats Artist, “Huge”

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Makola market woman Mama Toli Toli was featured in a BBC interview, where she spoke about going with 's Asake's hit Lonely At The Top Mama Toli Toli who is known for singing the wrong lyrics to songs also talked about how sales have boomed since she went viral on The video has excited many Ghanaians as they applauded the founder of the Happy Town Project, Official Starter, for discovering her talent

Ghanaian trader Mama Toli Toli was featured in a BBC interview, which excited many people.

Mama Toli Toli in BBC interview.
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Mama Toli Toli featured in a BBC interview

The Makola market trader, in her interview with the BBC, spoke about how she went viral. Speaking in the local Ga dialect, she said she heard Lonely At The Top, a song by Nigerian musician Asake, on the radio.

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She said she fell in love with the song and pleaded with Official Starter, the founder of the Happy Town Project, to assist her with the lyrics.

Mama Toli Toli added that unknown to her, many people loved her version of the song, and she began to go viral on social media.

The Makola market trader also said that after she went viral, sales boomed and people visited her stand to be entertained.

Disclosing how her name Mama Toli Toli came about, she said she would sing the lyrics to a song wrongly, and her name means liar when translated into English.

The BBC interview also contained videos from shows that she had performed at.

Below is a snippet of Mama Toli Toli's interview with the BBC.

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Reactions as Mama Toli Toli is featured in a BBC interview

The BBC interview melted the hearts of many Ghanaians as they applauded Official Starter for helping put Mama Toli Toli on the map.

kobe_boujee said:

Oh chale this guy really force give this women

detailsbyneyomi said:

Awwww @officialstarter_ God bless you immensely ❤️❤️❤️❤️

naadeedetettey said:

Look at me smiling from cheek to cheek

nanayaaduncan said:

Naaa please still waiting for wegotthis ooo

afia___amponsah1 said:

God bless you our papa scatter

naadensua27 said:

Das))! Social medium no n)). Kafo moko dami o. My)m) Ajor bo o.❤️❤️❤️

drew_boat said:

Awww mummy tooli to the world

iamsompa said:

Wow❤️…this is so beautiful to watch

Ama McBrown climbs bus in Makola Market

Actress and media personality Nana Ama McBrown got many of her fans concerned for her safety when she climbed a bus and stood on its top to film a commercial.

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Videos shared by the official blogger for Nana Ama McBrown, Kobby Kyei, showed the actress standing on the top of a green bus as she filmed a commercial for Deedew Spices, a brand she is an of.

The commercial was shot at the Makola Market in Accra, and this caught the attention of the traders and passersby, who took out their smartphones to record her.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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