PHOTO: Sweet Micky, the artist formerly known as "President Martelly"

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Look at this photo... Sweet Micky, the Artist formerly known as "President Martelly."... Makes you wonder what does this man love most: Being the President of Haiti or the President of Compas?

What do you think about that?

KREYOL: Gade photo Sweet Micky... Ki post ou panse nonm saa pi renmen? President Repiblik la? oswsa President Konpa a?

Kisa ou panse de sa???

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