While the news about Ghanaian rapper, Jason Gaisie, popularly known as Pappy Kojo being stuck in Italy, one of the worst-hit countries by the deadly coronavirus disease could have been met with some remorse, the case is entirely opposite.
Many social media users have been mocking him, and the simple reason is because of the remarks he made on TV3’s ‘New Day’ TV show hosted by Berla Mundi prior to her trip.
Just when the “Ay3 Late” hitmaker was probably coming into terms with the government’s position that they can jet him into the country at this time, a taxi driver has added insult to injury.
In a photo that is currently going viral on social media, an unknown taxi driver has boldly written the inscription “Pappy Kojo, No Shortcut To Heaven” on the rear glass of his car just to mock him.
A devastated Pappy Kojo after sighting the viral photo shared it on his Instagram page and added that caption: “These things really no need“
Well, it turns out some Ghanaians were really hurt by his remarks. See the photo below