From “No Sulley, No Black Stars” To “No Prince, No Party” Kevin-Prince Boateng Mocks The Black Stars After Painful Exit

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Most of us are heartbroken because the Black Stars are out of the 2019 AFCON.

Many were hoping that this year will be the year that our AFCON drought will end… So now it’s 37 years and still counting since we last won the AFCON title.

Ghana was eliminated from the competition last night by Tunisia on penalties. Tunisia beat Ghana 5-4 on penalties after Black Stars forward Caleb Ekuban missed a penalty.

While we are all trying to forget about what happened last night, then out of nowhere boom!

Kevin-Prince Boateng just made things worse.

The former Black Stars player tweeted: “No PRINCE no PARTY #GhanaBlackStars #afcon”


Yeah… you read right!

So we guess Kevin-Prince Boateng thinks Ghana couldn’t go far in the competition because he was not part of the team.

This is not the first time we are reading or hearing something like this… Sulley Muntari’s mother also made a similar statement a number of years ago… Y’all remember the famous “No Sulley No Black Stars” right?… Yah!

According to reports, KPB was not included because he did not apologise to Coach Kwesi Appiah for his conduct at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil which resulted in his sack from the camp.

Apparently, Kwesi Appiah was willing to select KPB if he apologised… But KPB didn’t apologise and that’s why he was not part of the squad.

But was Kevin-Prince Boateng’s tweet necessary at this time?

What do y’all make of his tweet?

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