Robest, a lookalike of Ghanaian musician King Promise, stated to Ghpage over the phone that the Highlife artist gave him a Hisense phone after he asked for an iPhone from him.
In a TikTok video, Robest, who is recognized as King Promise’s clone, urged him to buy him a new phone earlier this year.
Robest urged the musician to get him a smartphone in the video since he was in desperate need of one.
The frantic man comically cracked open a bible and quoted verses about giving. As a result of God hearing his prayers, King Promise gave him a Hisense smartphone.
Robest, who is a brand ambassador for Hisense, claimed in a phone chat with GHPage that although he asked King Promise for an iPhone 12, he instead gave him a Hisense phone.
He claimed to be aware that, absent his contractual obligation to Hisense, King Promise would have granted him the iPhone he sought.
Robest confidently asserted during the interview that he believes King Promise will one day buy him a home.
The doppelganger of King Promise has drawn harsh criticism for recruiting several other lookalikes and charged them GH 500 to join the lookalike gang.
A number of artists, including Medikal, Shatta Wale, Femaye, and others, have spoken out against celebrity impersonators who use their brands for financial gain and urged them to stop.