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Ghanaian rap icon Manifest meets African football legends Sammy Kuffuor and Tony Baffoe in Cameroon
- Ghana's music star Manifest has met former Black Stars players Anthony Baffoe and Samuel Osei Kuffuor in Cameroon
- The rap icon is currently in Cameroon for the Africa Cup of Nations, and has been sharing moments with his fans on Social Media
- Tony Baffoe and Sammy Kuffuor are legends of the game and have their names etched in the tournament's history
One of Ghana's prolific rappers, Manifest, known in real life as Kwame Ametepe has shared his excitement of meeting African football legends Tony Baffoe and Sammy Kuffuor in Cameroon.
All three are in Yaoundé for the Africa Cup of Nations, with each playing different roles at the tournament.
Manifest, who looks to be working with tournament title sponsors Total Energies as an ambassador, could not hide his joy meeting the ex-footballers.
He posted: "Two legends and a fan."
The multiple award winning rapper has not hidden his love for the game of football, with some of his lyrics denoting his passion for the sport.
One of his famous lines tells a story of how anxious he becomes when Ghana is playing.
"Tension dey my inside like Ghana dey play soccer," he rhymed in his song 'suffer'.
Meanwhile, Samuel Osei Kuffuor is in Cameroon as the Black Stars' team manager, making sure everything is on course for the Black Stars to end their 40-year wait for the Africa Cup of Nations trophy.
He played for Ghana between 1993 to 2006, making 53 appearances and scoring three goals for the Black Stars. He also played at the 2002 Africa Cup of Nations.
Anthony Baffoe was a member of the Black Stars at the 1992 Africa Cup of Nations, when Ghana reached the finals and lost to Ivory. His missed penalty handed the Ivorians the trophy.
He was the first player born abroad to represent Ghana. He played 25 matches for Ghana between 1991 to 1994.
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Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, highly-rated Ghanaian rapper, Manifest, has joined the train in celebrating new Ghana Premier League champions, Hearts of Oak after dazzling in the club's Umbro jersey.
Manifest, known in real life as Kwame Ametepe Tsikata, released a picture of himself in the jersey surrounded by some kids with the caption "Madina to Jamestown to Ewiase" on his personal Twitter page.
Madina to the Universe is the title of his upcoming album and the rapper is expected to unleash some mindboggling lyrics due to his dexterous ability in the art.