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Get Rich gets Top Score rich


Leading maize meal brand Top Score, last night unveiled its latest ad campaign featuring renowned and fashionable rapper, Paulus Ndjambi is famously known as My Nigger Get Rich.

The advert promotes the Namib Mills product’s latest competition which will see members of the public standing a chance to win cash prizes and so much more.

My Nigger Get Rich who scored his first big deal couldn’t contain his excitement in an interview with unwrap.online on his six months deal.
“I feel appreciated and recognised. I am an artist who cares about the public and when they see me and reward me with this, it makes me very happy, ” said the My Nigger Get Rich singer.

Originally from Grootfontain, Get Rich said he came to Windhoek for three days to star in both radio and TV adverts which are already making rounds on Social media.

Describing the experience, Get Rich who is seen rocking his classic swag of American 90’s hip hop vogue says it was one of a kind and that he had so much fun.

According to Get Rich, he was approached for his efforts in influencing the public through his music and lifestyle as well as his work during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown where he gave back to the less fortunate.
“They took me because I was loud during the Covid-19 lockdown. I believe this is payback and for that am very appreciative. It is a big deal being promoted on this platform, ” he said.

Get Rich is well known for not being accepted in the hip hop community and the public at large with other rappers not approving of his music. To this, the superstar says they will have to deal with seeing him on TV.

“I don’t know how my haters will feel. I am sure they will have nothing to say but to see me on TV, ” he said.

Get Rich is currently busy with an upcoming album to be released soon. The 10 track project titled Fake It Or Make It features a number of artists from Grootfontain.

Top Score in the last have used Sally Boss Madam and Lioness in their adverts.

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