Dancehall artiste A Pass will always do something in order to always be the talk around town but most on social media. If he is not bragging about owning a 2 million Ug Shs neck tie, he will be talking about how he has gotten a 1 million Shs hair cut or how he is the only relevant Dancehall artiste just to mention but a few.
If you follow his different social media platforms you must know what we are talking about. He was at it again a few days when he took to his Facebook and Twitter pages and posted a photo of Urban TV’s Scoop on Scoop programme host Tina Fierce and captioned it with what seemed like a heartfelt message to her reading.
“I don’t care what they say about you, I don’t care. You are a Taboo but I would do anything to get closer to you. Look at her nice smile could she be a Taboo !!!! The kind of girl you look for with a Torch in day light. #Taboo #ScoopOnScoop.” Wrote A Pass
Whether this was a publicity stunt or a serious confession, we couldn’t tell but we highly doubt if this is true love because in the first place, why would he have to put the ‘#Taboo’ hash tag yet we know it is a title to his freshest song featuring Lebanese-Canadian artiste Karl Wolf.
Secondly, why would he bring out his feelings for Tina at time he just released the song? Anyway was using Tina Fierce who does not command a huge following a wise move to promote the song or should he have gotten a better idea? We shall leave that for you to judge.
It should be remembered that early last year, the ‘Wuuyo’ hit maker took social by storm when posted controversial posts on his platforms confessing how he was in love with Capital FM and NTV’s Flavia Tumusiime. Many criticised him where as some supported him but all in all it really promoted his song ‘Give Me A Kiss’ which became a hit.
If this is not a publicity stunt just like how A Pass does his things, it is not a bad move to crush on Tina but however, A Pass’ fans have positive reaction towards this. Check out the reactions in the screen shots below.
— A Pass Bagonza (@IamApass) September 11, 2017