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Don’t Ever Talk Or Try To Advice Ghanaians Again; You Don’t Know How It Feels To Hustle” – Twene Jonas Fires Despite’s Son Over “More Sleep” Advice

Social commentator and government critic, Twene Jonas popularly known as ‘glass nkoa’ has reprimanded Kennedy Osei following his advice that Ghanaians should endeavour to sleep more often.

This comes after son of business mogul, Dr Osei Kwame Despite, Kennedy Osei who doubles as the CEO of Despite Media advised the youth on his famous “the shorter you sleep, the shorter your life” comment.

This advice did not go down well with the US domiciled man, as he fumes in one of his viral videos and described Kennedy’s advice as ‘lame and stupid’

In a video sighted by Kumasi Blogger, Jonas said “Don’t ever talk or try to advice Ghanaians again. You don’t know how it feels to hustle. You don’t know how it feels to struggle to make ends meet so you’re not in the right capacity to talk. If he’s watching this, tell him not to dare respond or else I’ll deal with him drastically”

“Because you think you are married, you have an easy life so you can say whatever you like. You haven’t sold pure water before, neither have you sold farm produce just to pay your fees. Keep quiet and let us talk”.

“Desist from writing anything on social media. You can come and post a picture or two but don’t ever try to give out any form of advice. You don’t have the experience or the capacity to do that. You father should be the one doing that and not you. It’s your father I want to challenge and not you. I am richer than he is,” he added.

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Meanwhile, in other news, Twene Jonas tells Despite Media Journalist, Vim Lady to reason up and speak the truth for Ghana.

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