Michel “Sweet Mickey” Martelly elected President of Haiti

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April 6, 2011 by Dan Swinhoe

Michel “Sweet Mickey” Martelly elected President of Haiti

  • Haiti has finally settled on a President. Former singer songwriter Michel “Sweet Mickey” Martelly has won the run-off election
  • Musician Michel Martelly Projected to Win Haitian Presidential Election

  • Martelly Haiti – A Message For President Michel Martelly: Dear President Martelly, I hope you hapy good luck http://bit.ly/enso3r

  • Martelly was the candidate supported by fellow Haitian-born musician Wyclef Jean, who was shot recently while working in Haiti.
  • Allegations of election rigging have dogged the proceedings since Decemeber.
  • Wyclef Jean couldn’t run for president of Haiti but they elected a former haitian pop singer?! Lmao

  • Wyclef Jean just got shot in #Haiti, there is so fucking much wrong with that. So disappointed in the world.

  • Wyclef Jean Shot in Haiti! – EXCLUSIVE – (Footage from Hospital)

    maapbelah, March 20, 2011 at 18:17
  • newsweek.com
    The hip-hop star has said he will challenge a ruling that he is not eligible to be Haiti’s president—or run again five years from now.
  • Wyclef has had close involvement with the election despite being disqualified from running himself.

 

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