Botswana comedian William KRM Last aka Motsetserepa was praised by American rapper MC Hammer on social media recently. The American rapper posted motsetserepa's music video called Tinto and added fire and patrol emojis to signify the amazing work the comedian did.
Image cred : motsetserepa / Facebook
It didn't end there, the comedian confirmed that MC Hammer was not the first person to show him love for his work, he claims it was another American pop singer Chris Brown who gave him praise for his work. Motsetserepa was over the moon by the news that top celebrities in USA recognize his work. Image cred : google.com
If you didn't know MC Hammer then here's a little bit about him. His real name is Stanley Kirk Burrell and his an American rapper, record producer, dancer and entrepreneur. He was born in Oakland, California in USA. His biggest achievements are winning awards at the MTV Video Music Award for Best Dance Video and Best Rap Video. He also won a Grammy Award for the Best R&B song.
Image cred : MC Hammer / Twitter & Instagram
Don't give up on your work and keep banging that door until your ultimate goal has been achieved. Regarded as one of the best comedian on Africa, we think you deserve it. Your hard work is a true reflection to the people of Botswana that it's possible black child, your dreams are valid, dreams delayed are not dreams denied.
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