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Apologise to me otherwise it will be deadly – King Promise Lookalike warns Medikal



Apologise to me otherwise it will be deadly - King Promise Lookalike warns Medikal

King Promise lookalike is at odds with and has threatened to go physical unless the mainstream artist and former VGMA rapper of the Year winner immediately apologizes.

Recall that has already issued a warning regarding young males who display themselves as impersonators of particular superstars.

In a video shared on social media, Medikal asserted that the attention has shifted away from musicians who toiled painstakingly to develop their music and toward others who impersonate and profit from artists with the appearance of star lookalikes.

In Medikal's opinion, musicians would be happy if someone claimed to look like them, but the predatory actions of these lookalikes against the artists and their creations have gone too far. The rapper advised the young men to create their own means of income instead.

“If you claim to look like me and so want to live like me, fine then find money. Because Medikal is always looking for money, I am always preaching about money, telling people to grind, not to give up, to forget everybody and keep going hard, so why are you online asking for MOMO? Because Medickal doesn't come on live to ask for MOMO.”

He essentially picked out King Promise's impersonator and criticized him for his appearance. The young vocalist took offense to this and responded sharply, as shown in the video provided below;

Similar to this, Kuame Eugene angrily urged his impersonator to exercise caution because he is currently going too far.

Kuami Eugene recently said in an interview with MX24 TV that his lookalike should stop until something goes wrong because he is a brand and a corporate entity.

In response to a loud public outcry over the interruption, he claimed that although he first gave him permission to “enjoy” himself, it appears that both he and the other impersonators of other well-known Ghanaian singers are now abusing the privilege.

He stated; “In those days people used to dress and act like the superstars they admire but I never saw one of them going on stage to go and perform his songs.

“That's like maximum disrespect so it's another story when you love the person and wants to rep the person on social media but when it gets to a level when it's becoming too much.

You see what's going on and you're enjoying it, that's why I said people are just selfish because he's enjoying that fame and that attention at this particular time nothing is stopping him.

Source: Dklassgh.Com

Samuel Amadotor, known professionally as D.Klass GH is Multiple Award Winning Ghanaian Blogger, Music Promoter, Publicist, Pharmacy Technician by Profession and the Founder of Dklassgh.Com. He has an interest in promoting Up and coming artists and has a keen interest in showcasing the talents in Volta Region. His blogging covers international artists and has affiliates around Africa to boost his reach to the targeted audience. Get In Touch if you need my service | Email: [email protected]| Call/whatsapp: 0241 444 116 Or connect with me across social media handles, @Dklassgh


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