“Sorry for cheering for Ghana”… Twins of Ghanaian YouTuber apologize for malicious comments

[이데일리 권혜미 기자] Ghanaian-born and Korean-based YouTuber ‘Ghana Twins’ posted an apology video after malicious comments poured in over the results of the ‘Qatar 2022 World Cup’ match against Ghana.

Previously, on the 28th of last month (Korea time), Korea lost 2-3 in the second leg of Group H of the Qatar 2022 World Cup group stage held at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar.

In response, some netizens left harsh comments on the video posts on the Ghanaian twin channel, such as “leave Korea,” “cancel your subscription,” and “swear like a Ghanaian.”

(Photo = captured video of YouTube channel ‘Gana Twins’)

Some comments were left as jokes by long-time fans, but some of the comments contained insults and degrading content, which made people frown. Ultimately, it was Ghanaian twin Isak who posted a video of’ r the name ‘Remarks on Ghana War’ the day before, he said, “Gana I saw Korea well. To be honest, I was rooting hard for Ghana, and I was so excited and happy when Ghana won.”

He said, “I don’t want to lie to you, and I don’t want to pretend to support Korea.” I really don’t want to lie.”

Isak praised the performance of the Korean national team and said, “I thought the Korean players did very well, and to be honest, I was very worried that Ghana would win. I support Korea, of course, but when I played against Ghana, I couldn’t allow my blood to be Ghanaian.”

Isak bowed his head, saying, “I’m very sorry for the fans who are disappointed in me because I’m cheering for Ghana,” but in the end, he said, “A game is a game. If there are people who win, there must be people who lose.”

Meanwhile, the Gana twins, who have 360,000 subscribers, have been active as YouTubers since 2019 with content such as daily life and mukbang.

In February last year, he appeared on the Korean entertainment program ‘I Can See Your Voice 8’.

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