Over the weekend, BET International Act nominee, Kwesi Arthur posted a video of his mum and grandma singing while crying. The tears can obviously be interpreted as tears of joy for the young act’s nomination international nomination.
The video made most of Ghana’s big acts come out to show their support to Kwesi Arthur.
The awards, the nomination, it is all grace, but honestly, i don’t know what can compare to this feeling! Mama and Grandma you worked so hard so we could achieve the things they said were impossible! I’m just happy that i can make you proud! #Godengineering @GroundUpChale pic.twitter.com/9estPlaakk
— Kwesi Arthur (@KwesiArthur_) June 9, 2018
But D-Black’s tweet made everyone go ”awww” and ‘woow’.
The CEO of Black Avenue Muzik, BAM actually stated that he was going to take up all the expenses for Kwesi’s next video shoot.
Bruh!! This jus touched me mehn!! The music is fire , I jus now fully understand ur story. Ur next music video is on me young. Whenever you’re ready. Keep shinning . You’re Blessed!! God is the only way. 🙏🏽 https://t.co/9rASDATP1g
— Mr.DesmondBlackmore (@DBLACKGH) June 11, 2018
That’s all good bro.
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Let’s bring this home.
But this is not the first time D Black has offered to and actually paid for the cost of a young musicians music video.
He pulled a whole Santa Clause last Christmas and when he asked people to tell him what they needed GHS 10,000 for.
Like a fairy, he granted the wishes of most of the people who sent in their request.
That included Kula.
This musician wanted money for his music video and staying true to his words, D Black did finance his latest music video.
D Black is giving us all sorts of emotions right now…