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A busy week for Exit

This week kicked off rather poorly for award-winning star Exit however like the ekondobolo he is, he picked himself up, dusted off some twitter trolls, released a new video and is currently preparing for a staller performance for the NAMAs.

The star who seems to be followed by trouble often on social media confirmed that he was involved in a car accident by posting pictures with the caption that read:

“ Doctor declared me fit for my Saturday performance at the NAMAs.”

The accident is stated to have taken place during morning hours of Saturday having breached the covid 19 regulations.

Exit also released his music video of the song No Stressed that was directed by his close friend and fellow artist Top Cheri. The video currently has 11k views on Youtube.

Despite twitter trolls mocking the artist for always being on the bad side of the law, Exit prevails and keeps his head high.



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