I don’t know Abiba, she’s not bad luck – Langabell makes U-turn

Regarding his claim that Abiba is to blame for Ghana’s World Cup defeat, Joseph Langabell has made a U-turn that tells us some strings were pulled from the top to put him in check.

The chief drummer for Ghana has changed his mind over his claim that Abiba is to blame for Ghana’s defeat at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup as opposed to his earlier claim that sturated the four corners of social media.

After Ghana’s heartbreaking World Cup loss, Langabell was caught on camera blaming Abiba, a hairstylist who styles the hair of some Black Stars players, for the national team’s eventual collapse while detailing events in the past that show Abiba is blameable for all the misfortunes of the Black Stars.

In that video, Langabell said that Abiba requested the team management to fire her because every time she attends the team’s camp, they lose the upcoming game and sometimes even see occurrences from 2014.

Many people regarded the film as an attempt to harm the woman’s business and set her up for public outrage, which led to Langabell receiving criticism for it.

However, in this new development, Langabell has taken back all he said in the previous interview about Abiba. He said it was casual conversation since he was still in shock at Ghana’s humiliating loss.

The funny thing is that he said he has never set his eyes on Abiba before.

SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com


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