ONN – YouTuber Desmond Amofah AKA Etika Dead. Where Were His Parents?
The sad story of YouTuber Desmond Amofah aka Etika, gets even sadder with each revelation.
A gaming video-blogger who started in 2015, Desmond Amofah aka Etika joined a multi-channel network and grew his first YouTube channel to over 800,000 subscribers. But, for some reason, that reports attribute to not making enough money, he took steps to, first, ruin, and then just plain delete his valuable channel.
The website Wikitubia reports that Etika had three episodes of mental breaddowns over the last almost two years. Additionally, he had an altercation with a police officer.
What I was curious to know in my livestream talk, was where were his parents? There’s nothing about his Mom and his father was an elected official in Ghana – but that’s it.
Everything I have read or listened to about Etika points to a lot of symptoms of the overall problem, but no identification of the problem.
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