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The Quarantine has made me realise my love for Nicki Minaj—Blaq Aroma

The Quarantine has made me realise my love for Nicki Minaj---Blaq Aroma

The Quarantine has made me realise my love for Nicki Minaj—Blaq Aroma

Controversial Hiplife artiste, Blaq Aroma has expressed his profound feelings for American rapper, Nicki Minaj in the midst of the novel coronavirus.

According to him, the “Stay at Home Date Online” saga made his love for Nicki Minaj become intent and could not withhold it.

Speaking to Spot On News in an exclusive interview yesterday in Accra, the “Nana Nyame” hit maker explained that as the new coronavirus compelled the government to lockdown part of the country including Greater Accra Region and the Ashanti Region to mitigate the spread of the virus, there was no day that he stopped thinking about Nicki when he goes online to search for a woman.

He said no online ladies could compete with the body qualities that Nicki Minaj possessed and stressed that he could have been the perfect partner for the American super star.

Touching on why he would have been the perfect partner, Blaq Aroma explained that he has no crime record and was a great black man who was working assiduously to make his home full of roses, thus Nicki Minaj deserved a better half like him.

He further stated that Nicki Minaj was one of the female rappers who he admired and could do anything to get her attention to fulfill the rapper’s dream.

The versatile artiste said that he could not stop watching the pictures and videos of the Young Money Cash Money Board (YMCMB) record singer.

He urged the beautiful Songstress to continue being the best and never stop feeding the world with her music.

Blaq Aroma, however announced that he would soon release his new song and urged his fans to subscribe to his channels, adding that “I will come up with virtual concert to entertain all my fans and followers.”

Known in real life as Ebenezer Essuman, he was an artiste who introduced himself to the world as a living representative of the missing Fante Hiplife singer Castro.

He hit the industry last year and poised to send Ghana’s music to the global front.

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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