Ghanaian rapper Bosom P-Yung has made a humble request to Ghanaian bloggers who write about him. It's all about his images being used in their content. The rapper believes bloggers are unfair to him because of the images they use in their articles about him. He took to Twitter to express his displeasure with some of his early "ugly pictures" that bloggers continue to use.
While tweeting the images, he pleaded with the bloggers to stop using them and instead use more recent ones that are nicer and more appealing. He even offered to do a photoshoot to get them better images to use if they weren't happy with his current ones.
“Dear Bloggers, please stop using these images. I've got some new ones. If you still don't like them, I'm going to look for new ones next week. Tired of these images. Are any photographers willing to collaborate with me? Drop your works or your Instagram handle and we'll take it from there, Medaase,” he said in a tweet.
Take a look at some of the photo below.
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