Satirical actor Richmond Xavier Amoakoh popular known as Lawyer Ntikatakyie Bombay Isaiah in the TV series Kejetia versus Makola has thrilled his fans with a new music video ‘Paapa To’ to speak against domestic violence.
The song which featured Clemento Suarez alias Jon Bull is a refix of Ebony’s ‘Maame Hwe’ which is in support of the songstress’ campaign against domestic violence.
‘Paapa To’ talks about violence in relationships, where the comic actor is married to a “bullying” wife who abuses him day and night.
He runs to the father to complain about the attitude of his wife but the father advised that marriage is “for better and for worse”, therefore if he thinks he can’t marry again he should go to court.
The actor is known for his weird, funny and English deficient lawyer cast in Kejetia versus Makola TV series but less is known about his music career.
He is credited with the popular phrase “My crient”, “this maen” and “distin”.
The music video which ends with a scene in court has over 2,760 views after it was uploaded on YouTube January 27, 2018.