Boxe & Music - The rapper DAMSO and the English boxing champion BAKOLE a beautiful story


While he will fight on March 4 in London against the American Michael Hunter, the Congolese boxer Martin Bakole seemed distraught in his message on social networks. According to his cry of distress widely conveyed on social networks, the Congolese authorities have completely neglected him, to the point of being blocked in Kinshasa for lack of a plane ticket for the event. To this end, the athlete even came to wonder whether he should, reluctantly, change his sporting nationality to be more respected by another country. Known for his generosity and for the love he has for his home community, Damso did not remain insensitive to the call of the pugilist. In his Instagram story, the artist shared the video published by Bakole, notifying the following message: "Tell me what you need champion, I'll take care of it". "I suffer in Kinshasa..." The Frenchman Tony Yoka's killer, it should be remembered, had, in a video published this Saturday, February 11, 2023, launched a cry of alarm to the Congolese government to come to his aid because "he is suffering". Hence his request for help addressed to the Lebanese businessman Abed Achour to join his training camp. "I am suffering in Kinshasa, I have a fight in a month. So far I am in Congo. The government makes me wait to buy a plane ticket. Should I change nationality? I ask boss Abed Achour to help me," he wrote. Note that Martin Bakole will face the American Michaël Hunter who beat him five years ago. The only defeat of the Congolese in eighteen fights so far. This match counts for the WBC International heavyweight playoffs.