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My Nigger Get Rich grows gang with members who dress just like him!

Controversial rapper signs three artists under his label

It seems like the youth actually listen when My Nigger Get Rich speaks. As of late, his message has been on inspiring the youth and last week, he announced that his empire has grown, having three coastal based artists under his label GRCB Gang. The rapper with the 90’s sense of fashion told unwrap that the new members who also took part in the latest gig he had are fully inspired by him.

“I inspire them 100%. Some of them are bodyguards and the others are musicians. They are all featured in my upcoming video titled My Way. We are done shooting so we will announce the release date soon,” he said.

The rapper who has made a name for himself of his unique sense of fashion that consists of everything big from pants, layered shirts with grills and chains and big shoes has gotten his protégées to be exactly like him. All his clothes are imported from overseas countries including India. My Niger Get Rich is currently working on his 2019 album which will be released this year. Hopefully the new members can rap and sing.

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