Ghanaian artistes Gregory Bortey Newman, known on stage as King Promise has revealed that he is attracted to ladies with big butts.
According to King Promise, per his tribal orientation, he is easily enticed by women who are very well endowed with butts.
In an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on ‘The Delay Show’, the 25-year-old singer, whose relationship status is yet to be known, considers himself to be a “normal Ga man who like girls”.
When he was asked, considering his way of dressing whether he has received any advances from the gay community, he outrightly refuted the assertion he is gay.
King Promise who is managed by Legacy Life Entertainment had about 3 songs on the charts at a point in 2017 – ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘Hey Sexy’ and ‘Selfish’. In the same year, he paid tribute to Sarkodie for his first opportunity. According to King Promise, he runs into Sarkodie on the streets following which he got a reference from Sarkodie to work with Killbeatz and Fuse ODG.
Killbeatz and Fuse ‘beef’
King Promise, also stated that he is perturbed about the ongoing feud between Killbeatz and Fuse ODG.
News of the alleged feud between Fuse ODG and Killbeatz surfaced after it was reported that UK-based Ghanaian artiste kicked the multiple award-winning producers out of his mansion for unknown reasons, though Killbeatz’s management issued a statement to discredit the eviction.
It was speculated that promising artiste King Promise was the reason behind the ‘beef’.
Some sources claim Killbeatz has concerned himself with the success of King Promise and reneged on producing hit tracks for Fuse ODG.
However, the ‘Selfish’ singer said on ‘The Delay Show’ that he has no idea why his name came up as the reason for the difference.
He said, “I don’t even know how my name got involved in that. It has nothing to do with me honestly.”
King Promise added that as far as music is concerned, he regards both Killbeatz, who is also signed to his management and Fuse ODG, who he looks up to as a successful artiste as “big brothers”.