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Hoeke goes JehovahÔÇÖs Witness


by Chris-Paul


yes, you guessed it! Hoeke Dollo, who hangs up the Mic, has been away from the music scene for a couple of years and has now traded his microphone for a Bible. Once known as a hardcore rapper, Hoeke is now that guy who comes to knock at your momma’s door as if he’s come to fix the sink.
He was a lyrical emcee who had so much potential; many compared him to 50cent because of his appearance and stage performance. He was once nominated as the best hip-hop artist along with J-Twizz but J went on to scoop the award. He was a very raw rapper with massive street cred derived from his non-stop run-in with the law. He once assaulted a reporter for having written ‘negative’ stuff about him but after he lost out on that award, he has never been seen rocking the Mic since.
We have been wondering where he has been and are glad to know that the man has since found God. He’s always at church nowadays and does his part in bringing Jehovah to your doorstep. I hope his new found belief doesn’t die out as fast as how some people shut their doors when they see Jehovah’s Witnesses approaching.