He claims that the famous rice and bean dish’s new branding has actually reduced its quality and reduced customer appeal.
The comic claims that traditional servings of waakye—in leaves or on used dinner plates—are preferable to those made in glass jars.
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Meanwhile, the veteran rapper and the originator of hiplife, Reggie Rockstone, some time ago responded to critics mocking him over his waakye packaged in glass jars.
In a chat with Citi News‘ Kwame Dadzie, Reggie Rockstone disclosed that the waakye in the jars are not for the public.
“It is for hotels; some here and outside. Not for the public,” he noted.