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Duncan Willamas’ son goes ‘mad’ on social media again after apologizing to father; says Ghanaians should be read for more ‘naket’ videos

On Sunday, June 21, which happened to be father’s day, Daniel Williams, son of Archbishop Duncan Williams issued an apology to his father, saying that he is the best father anyone could have.

This was done after Daniel caused an uproar on social media when he dropped his threesome and n*de videos on social media. He followed it with a live chat to drag his father’s name in the mud by labelling as a witch and a demon.

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Daniel’s actions attracted a reaction from his father and family, who in a press statement disclosed that he has been suffering from bipolar disorder and, therefore, pleaded with the public to support them with prayers.

Well, just when everyone thinks the issue has died down and the young man is receiving treatment of the psychiatric hospital, Daniel, has in a series of tweets, gone berserk again more dangerous and serious than before. He has taken again to social media precisely Twitter to rant.

He has threatened to throw more fire and perhaps break the net again should he be released next week.

According to him, Ghanaians haven’t seen enough from him yet and he is ready to take his outburst miles further.

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Daniel Duncan-Williams who apparently is in custody took to Twitter to post;

“So these people said they will release me either ending of this week or early next week. Please be patient with me.. this is much harder for me to go through than it is for you.”

“THE DAY I GOT FAMOUS IS WHEN U WANT TO ARREST ME?!?!?!?!?!?! AHHHHHHHH U SHULDAVE KILLED ME BECAUSE GHANA THINKS THEY SAW FOOLING LAST WEEK BUT I HAVENT EVEN STARTEDDDDD”

Check his posts below;

Written by Opoku Asiedu

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