Morgan Heritage teases Malawi

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Jamaican reggae artist, Gramps Morgan of the Morgan Heritage has followed in the footsteps of other internationally recognized artist as he makes fun of Malawi on social media.

Gramps Morgan

Gramps, pokes fun of Malawi.

The ‘Am coming home’ hit maker has made an ironic post on his Facebook page, which implicitly mocks the warm heart of Africa.

“It’s just a moment people trust me there is no other feeling like being home in Africa, am ready to see Zimbabwe, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi am coming home very soon, I love you Kenya,” reads the post.

It is an undeniable fact that the artist considers himself to more of an African than someone who only happens to have African roots. This is evidenced in a good number of songs in which he cites Africa as a home and ready to return.

He is the second Jamaican artist to tease the warm heart of Africa within a period of two weeks; Busy Signal has also been reported to have been uttering what may not be music to the Malawian ear, in reaction to his alleged presence at Sand music festival which is imminent at Livingstonia Beach in Salima.

In this post, Gramps expresses the deep feelings he has for the East African nation of Kenya but mentions other African nations, Malawi inclusive just to put a brief smile on its face.

This comes in when it is crystal clear that the smart dreadlocked artist is not coming to Malawi since it is not on his planned tour of the land of his ancestors.

Report by Lyonike Mughogho

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47 Comments

  1. Don’t mislead people with ur personal bias…Gramps in those words was humble n positive!

  2. I dont see where the tease comes from….mwinatu simumamvera reggae music that u can as well understand reggae word atolankhani enanu…….muzitiuzako chilungamo tinatopa ndimaboza anuwo.

  3. hahaha eti black misionaries band inathela pomwe inamalizila kuimba nyimbo zolembedwa ndi malemu aluso evison matafale, eti pano ndi black missionaries choir & anjiru nde choir master

  4. Musiyeni, abwana Bingu akatsegulila season ya chamba next year, sazakhala nawo pagulu la ma judge ochokela ku jamaica ozalawa mbewuyi. boma lalengeza kuti azapanga Research Chamba, ndekupanga kwake azaitana akadaulo osuta mbewu imeneyi nkuwapasa jumbo ya sugar yozaza chamba aliyense ndi matches a lion chibiliti chimodzi. asweke amalize akatha apo alongosole kuti research yapeza chani. uyu chizukulu cha morgan pa list dzina lake lisowa.

  5. palibe chilichonse chomwe chikugwirizana mutu wankhaniyi ndi nkhani yake tikawerenga simudziwa chilichonse M24 koma munaphunziradi journalism?

  6. Lol journalism ku Malawi….mwinatu oyimbawo akumaopa ma interview bcoz u ppo are not professionals… Mudzawatukwanitsa

  7. You people at Malawi 24 dont u have better dictionaries…bcoz everytym i read a story its just yo’ hyper-active mind tryin to interpret wrongly…Be professionals and i wonder if ur patriotic coz most things fire back at Malawi…. ENGLISH PLEASE..Dont read it like yo’ reading Swahili

  8. Xull zathu za journalism malawi yonse zitsekedwe coz ma reporter inu mukumalemba nkhani zopanda mzeru. Mwina mukayambe kugulitsa chinangwa kwa mayakaku. B 4 havin ur pen on e paper t understand the story & then report.mukutionongera ncthito.

  9. Hahahahaha iwe ndiye chalakwika ndi chani pamenepo??????i dont see chomwe walakwitsa…ukuchitsa manyazi Amalawi ozindikila ndiwe mbuzii upange delete manyi akowa apa apo ayi tichipanga dislike chipage chakochi….

  10. Am really confessed with those who hve claim/ask for, the meaning itself (tease) wht I can say, teasing is just like making fun as wht they hve explained earlier or the way of irritatng smeone so there’s nothng wrong wth (teases).

  11. wat do u av 2pay 4 Gramps Morgan?? Y Mukukatenga an2 akunja yet we av our own Reggae&dancehall Artists lyk ma Blacks,Blasto etc!!! asyen anthu ot analemera kale, jst book achna Nyove,Piksy,Gwamba jst 2highlight de few! iget proud ov ma warmheart ov africa’s artists,,

  12. I think the editor has A.D.D. does he know what it means to tease. Put something important and truthful abale. Ole ata panga tease malawi. Who cares

  13. The ‘Am coming home’ hit maker has made an ironic post on his Facebook page, which implicitly mocks the warm heart of Africa. “It’s just a moment people trust me there is no other feeling like being home in Africa, am ready to see Zimbabwe, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi am coming home very soon, I love you Kenya,” reads the post. It is an undeniable fact that the artist considers himself to more of an African than someone who only happens to have African roots. This is evidenced in a good number of songs in which he cites Africa as a home and ready to return. He is the second Jamaican artist to tease the warm heart of Africa within a period of two weeks; Busy Signal has also been reported to have been uttering what may not be music to the Malawian ear, in reaction to his alleged presence at Sand music festival which is imminent at Livingstonia Beach in Salima. In this post, Gramps expresses the deep feelings he has for the East African nation of Kenya but mentions other African nations, Malawi inclusive just to put a brief smile on its face. This comes in when it is crystal clear that the smart dreadlocked artist is not coming to Malawi since it is not on his planned tour of the land of his ancestors.

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