- D-Black has found himself in trouble on social media once again
- This follows a leaked bedroom video of a man purported to be him
- Social media users have been trolling the rapper since the video dropped
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Rapper D-Black, known in private life as Desmond Blackmore, has once again popped up in social media for the wrong reasons once again.
This time, it is not about awards but the rapper has been reportedly caught in another stinky scandal.
An alleged bedroom of D-Black frolicking in bed with a lady has popped up on social media.
In the video which has already gone viral, a man who looks exactly as D-Black is seen in action with the yet-to-be-identified lady.
After going down on the lady, the guy is heard telling the lady he wanted to eat sushi after she asked him the food he was going to eat.
While, YEN.com.gh cannot confirm the identity of the man in the video, talk on social media suggest that it is the Ghanaian rapper.
Many social media users who assume the rapper is the one in the video have been trolling D-Black, especially on Twitter.
Gabe Scorpio felt D-Black's performance was top notch and even did a FIFA rating for him:
Osu Sarkodie talked about how people were searching for the video on the streets:
Kumerica King Kong laughed at D-Black's sounds:
Real Gee had funnily linked the video to the UN awards:
This is the second time D-Black has received such a massive trolling on social media within the last three weeks.
It will be recalled that the rapper who doubles as the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik (BAM) was one of the many prominent Ghanaians who received awards from Kwame Owusu Fordjour, now known as Dr UN, on August 29.
After it emerged that the awards from Fordjour were not in any way related to the United Nations as had earlier been broadcast, D-Black and Sarkodie became the most trolled of the recipients.
Shatta Wale even went on Facebook live to troll the rapper over the deceptive awards.
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