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I’ll Buy Your Radio Station and Demote You – Cheddar Threatens Blakk Rasta

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I'll Buy Your Radio Station and Demote You - Cheddar Threatens Blakk Rasta

Ghanaian presidential aspirant Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Cheddar has clashed with radio presenter Blakk Rasta. This has been deemed to be for criticism Blakk Rasta has been throwing to the face of Freedom Jacob Caesar in recent times.

According to the details gathered, Cheddar, in a WhatsApp message to Blakk Rasta, threatened to buy the radio station, where he works, and demote him for daring to criticize him.

”I will buy your radio station and demote you. I will not take food out of your mouth but I will place you where you deserve,” Cheddar fumed in the message to Blakk Rasta.

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blakk rasta and nana kwame bediako cheddar

In reply, Blakk Rasta accused Cheddar of arrogance, promising to reduce Cheddar to humility to teach him how to be humble.

“I will reduce you to humility. Trust me. We all need to be humble, bro,” he hit back.

Nana Kwame Bediako, the founder of the New Force, is preparing to run for President in the 2024 General Elections. He has been touting his record in entrepreneurship, and youthfulness as his trump card to saving Ghana.

READ: Blakk Rasta Slams Cheddar Heavily; Questions His Source Of Wealth


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