Desmond Daniel "Etika" Amofah (born 1990 [age 27]), known on YouTube as EWNetwork, is a YouTuber who streams on YouTube. He reads donation messages in his live streams and often has to turn them off because he gets spammed with donations and can't actually play the game.
- “My d--k!”
- “What is going on guys. Etika from the Etika World Network here.” (intro)
- “I’ll talk to you in the next one. Take care of yourselves. And of course as usual please have yourself a damn good one.” (outro)
- “Are you n--gering me, right now?”
- “Sounds like Xenoblade.”
- "I'm not a news channel."
- "Sponz hype!"
- "No b--ch n--gas and no snitch n--gas."
- J O Y C O N B O Y Z!
- "NOBODY SAW THIS COMING."
- F R E S H O F F T H E M U T H A F U C K I N B L O C K
- OH MAN
- Etika once got lost in North Carolina. During that time, he claims to have possibly saw a supernatural ghost whisper to him in the video where he announced he got lost. He later made a tweet confirming he was okay and feeling merry about things. He also deleted the two videos that were related to the ghost, and denies this event ever occured.
- He briefly changed his channel name to Young Ramsay Network in 2015 after cooking scallops and being inspired by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, whom he renamed his channel temporarily after. Soon afterwards, Ramsay himself started following Etika on Twitter.
- Etika had a girlfriend named Christine, who often appeared in some of his videos. However, on February 3, 2017, Etika and Christine announced that they broke-up.
- Etika doesn't keep promises
- Etika use to be a model until YouTube
- Etika got $25 from Sony after suing them
- In the early 2000s, he played Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine and reacted maniacly when it reappeared in the 2017 Sonic game, Sonic Mania which he doesn't seem to be very good at.
- Etika once used the Brooklyn Nets introduction video as his own intro, with him running around like an idiot playing with his yo-yo and jumping on ice. However, now that the Nets are considered the worst franchise in the NBA, he has since abandoned the intro, due to his bandwagon status.
- Etika once choked on a sandwhich whilst reacting the proffesional Smash 4 player ZeRo's video "Peanuts"
- Etika was once formally known as "Iceman Etika", appearing on TV and participating in rap battles. He also produced tracks such as, "Written In Ice".
- Once, Etika starred in a news report revealing the shocking truth that Subway Footlong Sandwiches are, in fact, not actually twelve inches.