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Our DNA test shows my wife and I are Ghanaians – Hollywood star Michael Jai White discloses



Popular American Hollywood actor, Michael Jai White has disclosed to his fans and the world that he and his wife are Ghanaians.

Micheal was recently enstooled as a King in a Ghanaian traditional area, Akwamu with a stool name, Nana Akoto lll.

In a prolix post on his IG page, Michael Jai White showing his appreciation revealed that he and his white did a DNA test and both himself and his wife ancestry were traced primarily from West Africa, Ghana to be precise.

According to the combative artist whose net worth is in the region of $3.5 million, he came back home to Ghana, where his ancestors were taken from and he will continue to bring awareness to our beautiful culture.

He wrote”

“It was an incredibly high honor to be enstooled (crowned) a king of Akwamu in Ghana. I am now a Ohene (King) with the title of Nana Akoto lll, Odopon “The Tree With Strong Roots That Does Not Fear The Storm”. I was not expecting this as you can probably tell by the look on my face but I am truly proud to be a part of the Akwamu of Ghana. My wife @iamgillianwhite is now a Ohemaa (Queen) Queen Mother. It’s fitting because we both had our DNA tests done and both of our African ancestry is primarily West African/Ghanaian. I have come back home to the land my ancestors were taken from…and I will continue to represent and bring awareness to this beautiful land and rich culture. Awkabaa! ?? “

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Michael Jai White and his wife are among the Hollywood celebrities who joined Boris Kodjoe to visit Ghana for the FullCircleFestival which aim at bringing all black foreigners to their root.

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