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King Promise Trolled On Twitter For Losing 5 Awards At VGMA 2018

April 16, 2018 at 11:48
King Promise Trolled On Twitter For Losing 5 Awards At VGMA 2018

If there’s someone who probably walked out of the Accra International Conference Hall very downhearted on Saturday, then it’s King Promise.

As if that’s not enough, some people have taken it upon themselves to mock the budding artiste over his lost.

King Promise, who made strides last year with two major hits; “Oh Yeah” and “Selfish”, gained 5 nominations – a feat hardly achieved by newcomers.

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He was listed in the “Afropop Song of the Year”, “Best Music Video of the Year”, “Best Male Vocalist of the Year”, “Best New Artiste of the Year” and “Song of the Year” but lost all to his competitors.

However, surprisingly the ‘Selfish’ hitmaker did not win any one of those nominations.

Sadly enough, immediately the ceremony was over, his head was on the Twitter ‘Chopping board.”

Some Twitter users took him on and gave him the troll of his life.

However, it seems none of their negativity is getting into King Promise as he took to Twitter to thank all his fans for their support. He added that they’re only starting.

“big love & thanks to everyone that took time out to vote for me! Love you guys die. We only getting started,” he tweeted.

https://twitter.com/IamKingPromise/status/985513963310997509

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