This Is What These Ghanaian Acts Call Their Fans

From “Beliebers” to “Monsters” to “Directioners”, Big artistes in the diaspora have always had names for their fans, now our very own Ghanaian artistes do too. Don’t get me wrong, while some of these names are creative, others just sound like they weren’t trying at all…or maybe they were trying to hard? Maybe?


  1. Akwaboah – AboahNation. So if you’re an Akwaboah fan, you’re an aboah, hey hey, don’t look at me. I’m just a messenger

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  1. Ayigbe Edem

Gedemites, we get that he says Gedemeh a lot, but at least he could have put a little more effort into this one. Hoh!




  1. MzVee – Tiptoers.

Why would you even call your fans tiptoe…nvm, let me just stay in my lane.



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  1. Sarkodie – Sarknation.

I’m imagining how hard it must have been to come up with this. He must have had sleepless nights.

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  1. Shatta Wale

Shatta Movement. Gotta admit, as generic as it sounds, it has a nice ring to it.

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  1. EL- ELiens

No comment. No seriously, no comment



  1. Pappy Kojo – Realers

What does that even mean? Nvm









  1. 8. Stonebwuoy – Bhimnation


I don’t know what bhim but I just know it’s an onomatopoeia (the autocorrect gods came down and helped me spell that) of sorts, but mannnnnn….



  1. Worlasi- WorlArmy

I have a lot to say about this but I can’t fight the army, so it’s cool.



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