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Battle on for People's Monarch

NATANGA SMITH, natangasmith@nationnews.com

Added 30 July 2018


Mikey is facing off against Holla Bak in today’s People’s Monarch quarter-final.

The People have voted and it is now down to four.

With all four quarter-finals decided last week in the Starcom Networks Flow People’s Monarch, the two semi-finals are Mikey vs Holla Bak and Lil Rick vs Mole and Bruce Almightee.

In the last quarter-finals, Billboard’s Sex Change got 38 per cent of the votes to Lil Ricks True Story’s 62 per cent.

The first semi-finals voting is today and ends at midnight with Mikey’s Feting Family up against Holla Bak’s Too Sweet.

You can vote via text on Flow phones or on HOTT 95.3 FM.

The other semi-finals is tomorrow with voting starting at 6 a.m., and ending at midnight.

The winners of both will go to the finals on Thursday with the winner being announced on Friday.

The cash prize is $15 000.

Mikey and Lil Rick are coming off big wins this morning with Mikey taking the Party Monarch title and Lil Rick his first ever Sweet Soca title. (NS)


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