Blakk Rasta encourages Dr. UN: he was my mate in KNUST, and was in Kantanga hall’

In his interview, he mentioned a few of the institutions he had attended, including KNUST and Harvard. However, some social media users have been doubting him, but Blakk Rasta says that there is no reason to disbelieve Dr. UN.

Dr. UN was his roommate at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, according to the radio host (KNUST). In a recent interview with GhanaWeb’s Paula Amma Broni, Blakk reaffirmed this.

“He was at Katanga Hall, which is also known as University Hall, and he was my roommate. In actuality, I was playing reggae there and he was a radio host. This was in 1997; I completed in 2001. The short version is that I met him there, and he was my partner “said he.

The Delay Show host Deloris Frimpong Manso stated in a tweet dated August 28 that evidence accessible to her producers suggested that the self-described Global Ambassador of the UN was not Blakk Rasta’s mate. This disproves her allegation.

Blakk Rasta stated, “Let’s clear the air,” “We were all at Contacto Radio together. He very much always slept at the recording studio. He will always be at the studio, so at one point, I started to wonder if he was a student because he is there whether it is his time to work or not. Similar to the studio manager, almost We used to call him Wyclef at the time, and he was studying social science. I never saw him upset because he was usually grinning “.

He said further , “This man is laid back and that’s one thing about him. He is not the kind of person about whom you would remark, “This is how KNUST or Harvard students act.” You are making fun of the guy, and he is laughing. He is flippant; he takes things seriously and makes jokes about them. Nobody on school takes him seriously, so that’s how he was, but he has his credentials and is not a braggart type. He was also there with Marcus and Shatta Rako, who were my friends “.

DR UN gained notoriety as he was successful in presenting prizes and plaques made of subpar materials to people like Sarkodie, Berla Mundi, D-Black, and Nathaniel Attoh, among others. The Ghanaian rapper, who looked dapper and appropriate for the occasion, proudly accepted an empty water bottle as his “UN Award.”

Later, it was determined that the award program was not affiliated with the UN and that Kwame Fordjour had organized the celebration without the international organization’s permission. The DR UN, however, still arguing for the legitimacy of his system of awards.

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