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Zedmonk Ssabatontomi set to submit evidence for longest rap marathon record


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Credit: Don Mugabi

Young rapper Zedmonk Ssabatontomi is currently over the moon after he completed his attempt to break the Guinness World Record of the Longest Rap Marathon by an Individual.

From 3rd May to 6th May 2024, Zedmonk eased through his attempt to break the record which was set by Japan’s Poney at 48 hours. The Ugandan rapper set a new record of 75 hours of rap.

He is done compiling the evidence to submit it to Guinness World Records.

Credit: Don Mugabi

Zedmonk Ssabatontomi’s team is reportedly through with compiling the evidence and is set to submit it to Guinness World Records next week, his team reveals.

Yes, we are done with compiling the evidence as per Guinness World Records specifications, and we are happy that our record is clean. We are hoping for the best from GWR.

A source from Zedmonk’s camp maintained

Zedmonk Ssabatontomi has been in the rap game for some years and has won more than 4 international awards and more than 10 awards in Uganda.

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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