List of Top Ghanaian Celebrities who have joined the “Stingy Men Association” – Check list

These Ghanaian celebrities have joined the ‘Stingy Men Association’

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More Ghanaian celebrities have latched themselves onto the ‘Stingy Men Association’ tag as the likes of Joey B, Tulenkey, Yen Motion, popular Ghanaian DJ, Slim, and Sarkodie have all joined the craze.

ID cards showing pictures and other details of their membership have been uploaded to their various social media handles.

Although unclear how the trend started in Nigeria by topping its Twitter trends, the idea has already been spreading around Africa.

It has been one of the trending topics as more celebrities share mock-ups of membership cards for the group.

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The association is meant for men who are unwilling to spend money on not necessarily women alone, but anyone who seeks their financial help.

But while Twitter users have been joking about the development, some find it self-deprecating and demeaning.

Find below the Ghanaian celebrities who have joined the ‘Stingy Men Asociation’ trend

Sarkodie

Sarkodie was the first to receive his membership card to join the association. In a post on Twitter, he expressed excitement after the membership was conferred on him.

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Yentics (YenMotion Blogger)

well known Ghanaian Blogger, Promoter and Artist Manager, Yen Motion has also shared a picture of his membership card on Facebook with the position of an ‘Finacier’.

 

Tulenkey

The ‘fuvk boys’ hitmaker was happy to announce his membership to the association on Twitter with the special role of a Treasurer.

DJ Slim

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The Kumasi based DJ also received his card as the ‘Manager’ of the Ashanti regional branch of the Association.

Joey B

Ghanaian rapper Joey B has also shared a picture of his membership card on Twitter with the position of an ‘Overseer’