Chef Smith Apologizes for Fake Guinness World Record Certificate

by Louisa Afful
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Chef Ebenezer Smith, also known as Chef Smith, has apologized to Ghanaians after it was revealed that his Guinness World Record (GWR) certificate is fake. In an interview on GHOne TV, Chef Smith admitted he lied to everyone and expressed his deep regret.

Overcome with emotion, Chef Smith broke down in tears and got on his knees on live TV to apologize. “I apologize to the world. I am so sorry and don’t deserve to live. I was only chasing a livelihood, and now this embarrassment has come upon me,” he said through tears.

On July 2, 2024, Chef Smith held a press conference at La Palm Beach Hotel to announce his supposed record-breaking feat for the longest individual cooking marathon. However, GWR stated that they have no record of any such application or attempt from the Ghanaian chef.

In response to the public backlash, Chef Smith’s manager, Benny, insisted that the certificate was not fake, claiming they had received a confirmation email from GWR.

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