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Radio presenter and multiple award winning raggae artist,Abubakar Ahmed aka Blakk Rasta has revealed that the only option which would entice him to go back into radio shall be determined by money and liberty.

The anti-Trump protester,resigned from Hitz Fm after he was dragged to the privileges committee of parliament to answer questions on allegations that 80% of parliamentarians smoked weed.

Many speculations by his fans and other entertainment pundits have linked him to Accra based radio stations like Hot Fm,Kasapa Fm and Atinka Fm.

Speaking to Dr. Who ,host of hot and classic Showbiz review on Hot 93.9fm,the 'Dumb Trump' hit maker;Blakk Rasta debunked those speculations :

"Hahaha...it is not true am going to those stations. Yes , many stations have contacted me but the only thing which will entice me to work with any radio station shall be determined by the amount of money they would pay me and my liberty to work at the station",Blakk Rasta told Dr. Who.

He added,"I want my freedom to fly.i don't want a station whereby i would be restricted. I got the privilege to work at radio stations in Zimbabwe, Guyana etc...but their policies didn't favor me.

Blakk Rasta until his resignation at Hitz Fm hosted the raggae programme called Taxi Driver. He is currently out with an anti Trump song titled 'Dumb Trump' which is enjoying massive airplay.

Blakk Rasta has been nominated in two categories at this year's Ghana Music Awards;that is Reggae/Dancehall song of the year with Serwaa Akoto and Raggae/Dancehall Artiste of the year.
Source: Seancitygh.com

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