Connect with us

Cosmopolitan

Shock and dismay as Ahmednasir Abdullahi does promos for jailed American gangsta rap star

Published

on

CmaTrends

shock-and-dismay-as-ahmednasir-abdullahi-does-promos-for-jailed-american-gangsta-rap-star

shock-and-dismay-as-ahmednasir-abdullahi-does-promos-for-jailed-american-gangsta-rap-star

Total Views : 755

Kenyans were largely left baffled and speechless after one of the country’s prominent lawyers Ahmednasir Abdullahi who is known for his tenacity as a lawyer inside the courtroom, and his hard-nosed approach as an individual outside the courts, was seen doing promos for none other than “YoungBoy Never Broke Again”. This is a 21 year old rapper from Louisiana, America, and who is currently awaiting trial for gun related charges.

Ahmednasir, who is also known as the Grand Mullah, shocked his followers with the brief unexpected tweet which read,

Ahmednasir Abdullahi SC

How YoungBoy Never Broke Again Hit No. 1 From Jail: Fans Had His Back

All his followers who replied expressed surprise that the Grand Mullah could know about YoungBoy, or YB as his fans adoringly call him. Some praised him for finding time to listen to new skul Hip-hop despite his busy schedule.

While it indeed may very well be the case that Grand Mullah is a fan of YoungBoy, it’s also likely that the prominent lawyer was reached out to by YB’s team for promotional services after seeing his Twitter following. This is especially since his tweet was an exact quote from a New York Times article.

YoungBoy’s new album, “Sincerely, Kentrell” — for his real name, Kentrell D. Gaulden — just became the rapper’s fourth release in less than two years to hit No. 1 on the Billboard chart. In between, he reached the Top 10 with two additional mixtapes, an undeniable run that has solidified him as a poster child for a new kind of streaming-era stardom even as he remains an industry outsider and exception.

Overall, YoungBoy’s violently brooding music has been streamed more than six billion times since last September, including over one billion video streams, but received just 55,000 radio airplay spins in the same period, according to MRC Data, Billboard’s tracking arm. On YouTube, where he has nearly 10 million subscribers and has uploaded almost 100 music videos since 2016, he frequently outpaces artists like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift.

For current information about Kenya news curfew, Real estate, credit and other companies offering loans to individuals and small businesses , healthcare and treatment information, always browse kenyan report.

New York TimesSenior Counsel Ahmednassir AbdullahitwitterYoungBoy Never Broke Again

The post Shock and dismay as Ahmednasir Abdullahi does promos for jailed American gangsta rap star appeared first on CmaTrends.