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I’m happy Christian Atsu didn’t marry a Black woman – Joseph Langabel explains

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Famous Black Stars’ drummer Joseph Langabel has said the success of Christian Atsu’s funeral should be attributed to his wife.

According to him, the funeral would have ended in chaos if he had married a Black woman. He claimed Black women are notoriously known for fighting over properties during funeral services.

He made this claim during the final funeral and burial rites for the former Chelsea and Newcastle United winger’s funeral which happened at the forecourt of the State House in Accra on Friday.

He told Pulse Ghana in an interview that he is happy Atsu didn’t get married to a Ghanaian woman. He claimed peace reigned at his funeral due to his decision to marry a white woman.

Langabel went on to say, no family member is entitled to Atsu’s properties except his sister, wife, and children.

Joseph Langabel is the chief drummer of the Black Stars and is a major fan of the Great Olympics. He is well known for his signature sentence: ‘Thank you for the word so sweet.’

He was heard of when Great Olympics lost to Accra Hearts of Oak He attacked the Great Olympics players heavily.

This, therefore, made the officials of the Great Olympics report him to the police.

In late 2018, he blasted the Black Queens saying that they were a disgrace to all the big men in ghana. He also stated that ‘juju’ is used in football and “claimed” Ronaldo uses it.

During Kwesi Appiah’s reign as Ghanain’s coach, he pleaded with Ghanaians to stop criticizing Kwesi Appiah.

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