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Van Vicker fingures ‘Sunsum’ for calling him names

Ghanaian actor, Joseph Van Vicker has finally responded to Sunsum’s infamous jab at him over the week.

Kumawood actor, Sunsum Ahuofe has always been on the neck of Van Vicker after he allegedly snubbed his handshake in public.

Narrating what really happened to Delores Frimpong Manson aka Delay on the Delay Show, Sunsum revealed that he met Van Vicker in the company of other guys and out of politeness he greeted them all but Van Vicker refused to shake his palm but offered his fist instead.

“I met Van Vicker and some other people. I raised my hand to shake everybody present and when it got to Van Vicker’s turn, he decided not to shake my palm but rather give me a fist; something I saw as discriminatory and disrespectful. Since then I’ve decided not to cross paths with him.” He said.

In a conversation with actor Van Vicker to clarify the accusation, the actor seemed surprised and did not rush to reply.

“No Comment” he stated simply.

However, it seems Van Vicker didn’t take Sunsum’s words so serious as he didn’t respond to the accusation and not trying to give Sunsum attention or better still showing his “disrespect” attitude to Sunsum as Sunsum indicated that Van Vicker did what he did for a purpose.

This is not the first time such accusations have been labelled against this actor ‘Van Vicker’, numerous accusations have been made by actors like LilWin, Kwaku Menu and many others.

The controversial Kumawood Actor has since been trending all over the internet after he incurred the wrath of Ghanaians saying in an interview that Van Vicker snubbed his handshake in public.

Sunsum however, cautioned colleagues in the English-speaking industry to be careful of the treatment meted out to their Kumawood colleagues because they have sustained the movie industry to where it is today.


Source: ghpage.com

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