King Kino: I warned Martelly to stop the jokes on stage about investing stolen PetroCaribe money in Marriott and Best Western

Kino told said he warned ex President Michel Martelly to suspend the jokes about investing stolen PetroCaribe money in the hotels because he believed it would endanger these investments. Kino also tries to explain the Martelly and Sweet Micky are not the same person and should be taken one for the other.

Is Michel Martelly and the artist Sweet Micky the same person?
Is Michel Martelly and the artist Sweet Micky the same person?

First... Regarding the PetroCaribe Jokes, Kino said:

"Haitians live on perception, they are very emotional people, they can do whatever, AND people in politics who are against ex President Martelly can utilize this against him."

Regarding Martelly the man behind the mask and his alter ego Sweet Micky the stage actor, Kino said:

"When Martelly was president I protested against him because I couldn't stand the idea that Sweet Micky had become the president of the Republic of Haiti. Later on, as I learn about the man himself, Michel Martelly, I have discovered there are two people.

There is the artist (Sweet Micky) who says whatever he wants because that's how he earns his living, that's how he puts money in his pocket.

Haitians love what the artist does, Kino said, otherwise no one would ever go to a Sweet Micky party.

Why does Sweet Micky curse?

Magnum Band does not curse, Kino said, but more people will go to a Sweet Micky party than a Magnum Band party.

About Sweet Micky saying whatever he wants on stage

"I am not gay," Kino said, "but Martelly has been saying on stage for the longest that he has had sexual relations with me."

"I am not going to hate him for that because I realize he is doing it on stage to entertain his fans."

If the president of Haiti, Michel Martelly said this to me at the National Palace," Kino said, "they would probably have to shoot me because I would rip the words right out of his mouth."

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