Ghanaian talent manager, rapper and businessman, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore aka D-Black, has said in a recent interview that he is one of the men who goes out of his way to help women without expecting sex in return.
While some people may think he has had something to do with his female artistes, the CEO of Black Avenue Muzik has denied having amorous relationships with them.
“I’m one of the few people that believe in supporting talents without expecting s3x in return. I don’t care about that,” he said in an interview with Prince Benjamin on Class 91.3FM’s Class Drive show.
“Once I believe in your talent, that’s step one. Step two is your drive and dedication. If you see me start working with a female artiste and I stop, it’s because their drive and dedication aren’t more than mine. You have to be more driven and dedicated and hungrier for this than I am.” He added.
Nina Richie and S3fa Gh are the female acts under his record label.