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D-Black speaks emotionally about leaked tape



Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, popularly known as D-Black

Ghanaian hip-pop, afrobeat artiste, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, popularly known as D-Black in the music industry has described as unfortunate, his s3x tape which was leaked unto the social media space some weeks ago.

According to him, such acts had never been a characteristic of his brand since he began his musical career in the country and debunked rumours that the tape was leaked to promote his new single “Falaa

“It just unfortunate, you know, I always say this, I have been without controversy my whole career and it hardly happened, it always an unfortunate incident that happened to me in the public eye, so it just unfortunate on my part that it happened, this is not the characteristic of my brand and it happened, I just had to deal with”.

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The Black Avenue boss was speaking on Okay Fm on Thursday, October 1, 2020.

The musician who was quite emotional and blatantly refused to talk about the incident added that it was not something he was proud of hence his refusal to talk about the development.

D-Black noted that he did not know how the tape got leaked but he would only consider it as an unfortunate situation and moved on from that.

“These are things that you can’t speak about it in public and it just unfortunate that it happened. I don’t really want to talk about it; this is not a characteristic about me, so what happened I deem it unfortunate”.

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D-Black released Falaa last year

D-Black indicated that Falaa was released last year in December, however, a video of the music was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic because he was stuck outside the country.

I released “Falaa” last year in December, we were about to shoot the video when corona happened and I was stuck in the States for about five-months so when I came back I still wanted to shoot the video and I shot the video”.

The award-winning rapper noted that he had learnt a big lesson from the development and advised Ghanaians to keep their privacy.

“Keep your privacy is very important, it a big lesson for me”.