Britain’s Got Talent 2019 finalist, Kojo Anim has advised all those Ghanaians who live in the UK or US diaspora not to come to Ghana if they have a weak stomach.
According to him, their stomach is not used to the kind of foods we eat down here. And that all the spice in Fufu soup, Jollof and all other local foods makes one visit the washroom very often.
Cardi B complained of similar thing when she visited Ghana and Nigeria recently.
“If you know you have a weak stomach don’t come to Ghana!!”, Kojo wrote on Instagram.
Watch the video below:
Kojo Anim became an internet sensation after he got the ‘Golden Buzzer’ by Simon Cowell, propelling him into the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent show 2019 after he gave an impressive performance with his comedy.
Kojo Anim made Simon Cowell laugh so much to his jokes that he reached for the ‘Golden Buzzer’.
Simon Cowell was not the only one who was thrilled with Kojo’s jokes, the other judges and the audience also loved his performance.
Kojo who is a stand-up comedian made some very funny jokes about family, finances and the transport situation in Britain (The Black Cab) and got a standing ovation after his act.
About Kojo Anim
Kojo Anim was born on 21st January 1977 in Ghana but moved with his parents to London at an early age. Kojo is not just a comedian, but he is also an actor, a screenplay writer and a filmmaker.
Kojo Anim has fast become one of the funniest talents to come out of the UK comedy circuit in the last 10 years.
As the oldest of 5 siblings, Kojo grew up in foster care in the borough of Hackney in east London from the age of 5. While his first love was always football, he started using his humour to make people laugh in his local team. Kojo has since opened up for Chris Rock, Kevin Hart at Wembley Arena and Dave Chappelle at the Royal Albert Hall.
In 2018 Kojo became a father for the first time to his son Roman-Kingsley and is now penning a new 1 hour show all about fatherhood.
After being an open act for major comedy talent, it’s now time for Kojo to stand alone and cement his own comedy legacy. Watch this space, as he’s about to have a very exciting 2019.
He also owns a company called The Colour Network, a black lifestyle and entertainment network that provides a platform to showcase positive stories about diverse groups. He established the company in 2016.
Kojo has performed with popular comedians like Chris Rock. He opened for Kevin Hart at the Wembley Arena in 2014 and also toured with Dave Chappelle in 2015.
In 2005, Kojo was recruited by CBBC where he presented The Mighty Truck Of Stuff alongside Reggie Yates.
Kojo has appeared on Nick Cannon’s Wild’N Out on MTV in America
He was also a hit with MTV Base in the UK with The Fresh Prince Of Hackney, The Young Gods Of Comedy and two series of his own show, Kojo’s Comedy Funhouse.
Kojo also featured on the panel for the live BBC3 debate show Free Speech where he discussed issues such as the unemployment rate for black men and drugs legalization.
Kojo was also asked to host the first-ever Def Comedy Jam UK Tour with music mogul Russell Simmons who is also one of Kojo’s idols and mentors.
He made his acting debut in Noel Clarke’s romantic comedy The Knot in 2011. He also starred in the urban comedy movie It’s A Lot.
Kojo presented the Breakfast Show on UK radio station Capital Xtra form 2010-2014.