Known for contributing his quota in the Ghanaian comedy industry, Kwaku Sintim-Misa popularly known as KSM has revealed that he never regretted crowning DKB as Ghana’s King of Comedy.
The veteran satirist in an interview with Accra-based Zylofon FM on their morning flagship programme dubbed ‘Showbiz Agenda’ with host Sammy Flex.
The host of the much-patronized programme Thank God Is Friday [TGIF] said “well after crowning DKB as Ghana’s King of Comedy, which I’ve watched him performed severally and he [DKB] has never flopped I [KSM] decided to crown him as the king of Gh comedy”.
Derrick Kobina Bonney aka DKB was finally crowned as the king of comedy after his sold-out comedy show christened Point Of View held at the National Theatre.
Reggae musician and former comedian David Oscar has questioned DKB who crowned him as the King of Gh Comedy.
When asked by host Sammy Flex about the brouhaha in the GH comedy after crowning DKB as Gh King of Comedy? He asserted that well “I’m stunned because it’s not as if DKB was crowned as the King of Comedy some weeks ago but I [KSM] crowned him as the King Of Gh Comedy years ago because I decided to allow him to hold the mantle”.
He continued that he follows his works because he brings out new materials and his level of understanding when it comes to comedy.
“I can’t take the title from him… because he’s doing great with his craft” he added.
KSM confirmed on December 5 he will be 62 years and on the December 7, will be his Bow Out show at the National Theatre.