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DJ Khaled’s appearance in ‘Man’s Not Hot’ video shows his genuine love – Big Shaq

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English rapper of Ghanaian descent, Michael Dapaah known in Showbiz as Big Shaq has described the appearance of American record producer, DJ Khaled in his ‘Man’s Not Hot’ video as genuine love for a “brother”.

Speaking at a press conference in Accra Tuesday as part of his visit to Ghana, the ‘Man’s Not Hot’ hit maker revealed that DJ Khaled was not asked to say the lines he said in the video.

“It wasn’t like just say this and say that. We literary met there and then and that is how he embraced me,” he said.

Big Shaq added that during his ‘Man’s Not Hot’ video shoot, a lot of rappers and musicians were excited to meet him in person.

Michael Dapaah’s single ‘Man’s Not Hot’ became famous after he appeared on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s ‘Fire in the Booth’ segment hosted by Charlie Sloth.

His freestyle on the instrumental of 67 and Giggs’ 2016 track ‘Let’s Lurk’ went viral on the internet, gaining millions of views on YouTube and it resulted in the creation of many internet memes.

Michael later converted his freestyle into a commercial single called ‘Man’s Not Hot’.

 

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‘Our Leaders Are Utterly Stupid’ – Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson, Stonebwoy, Others Express Support For Kwaw Kese’s Ambulance Rant

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Sarkodie, Yvonne Nelson, Stonebwoy, Others Express Support For Kwaw Kese’s Ambulance Rant

Rapper Kwaw Kese has received backing from colleagues in the Ghanaian entertainment industry on his rants about the state of leadership in the country.

A video posted via his Instagram account finds the self-professed crazy rapper lashing out at the New Patriotic Party government over its failure to improve health care issues in Ghana.

Kwaw Kese couldn’t believe that with all the stories of people dying due to lack of ambulances, the stories of hospitals without enough beds to take care of Ghanaians, the NPP is wasting money buying 275 buses for the party.

“It is stupidity and foolishness that a political party can buy 275 buses for its activities when the country is currently struggling with just 55 ambulances. God will continue punishing Ghana and our leaders must start dying one by one.” stated a visibly angry Kese in the video posted early this week.

His comments were supported by many including Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Yvonne Nelson, Captain Planet and D Cryme.

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