- A Ghanaian woman aims to set a Guinness World Record by chewing gum nonstop for 7 days in a Chewing Gum Marathon.
- The woman began preparing for the marathon in 2023, showcasing her commitment to achieving this unconventional feat.
- Videos circulating online capture the woman in a structured setting, seated with a timer displayed beside her.
- Viewers have expressed a range of reactions to the Chewing Gum Marathon, with some applauding the woman’s dedication and others questioning the purpose of such a challenging endeavor.
Artise Maame, who began her preparations for the feat in 2023, has become the center of attention as videos of her chewing gum for extended periods surface online.
The marathon took place in an organized setting, with Maame seated and a timer displayed beside her.
The video footage circulating on social meida shows Artise Maame immersed in the task, focused on the rhythmic chewing motion, as the seconds tick away on the digital timer.
The attempt has garnered mixed reactions from viewers, with some expressing admiration for her dedication, while others question the rationale behind such a challenging endeavor.
____timz01 said: “Ghana people and sense na like Nigeria and good government,very far from each other”
korantemaa_melody stated: “Am a Ghanaian but this is rubbish”
skullwarriormma commented: “🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 the woman don de regret wetin carry her start this journey 🤣🤣🤣🤣 and it’s just day 1 6days left🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣”
__makkynwa penned: “Later now Ghana people go dey wonder why we dey always drag them like generator 😂😂😂”
In other news, Chancellor Ahaghotu, a Savannah College of Art and Design student in Atlanta, United States, has etched his name in history by setting a new Guinness World Record for the longest painting marathon.
Breaking a decade-old record, Chancellor painted for an astounding 100 consecutive hours, creating 106 pieces on 100 canvases.