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  • When I went to Haiti to meet him, he was stumping for Michel Martelly, a musician who goes by the stage name Sweet Micky, has a well-known history of public nudity and has admitted to using crack cocaine.

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  • When I went to Haiti to meet him, he was stumping for Michel Martelly, a musician who goes by the stage name Sweet Micky, has a well-known history of public nudity and has admitted to using crack cocaine.

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  • Martelly, a longtime performer and recording artist with the stage name Sweet Micky, popularized a type of Haitian dance music known as compas.

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  • Election officials said the March 20 runoff would place Mirlande Manigat, a former first lady who received the most votes in the first round, against Michel Martelly, a popular singer known as Sweet Micky who was left out of the runoff when preliminary results were announced in December.

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  • For Martelly, the hopeful politician formerly known as Sweet Micky, the result was a clear smackdown of what he predicted would be a 40 per cent finish.

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  • For Martelly, the hopeful politician formerly known as Sweet Micky, the result was a clear smackdown of what he predicted would be a 40 per cent finish.

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  • For Martelly, the hopeful politician formerly known as Sweet Micky, the result was a clear smackdown of what he predicted would be a 40 per cent finish.

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  • Charles Henri Baker and Michel Martelly, a popular singer known as Sweet Micky, marched to the national election council offices.

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  • As a performer, Mr. Martelly was known as Sweet Micky; his campaign nickname is Bald Head, which his supporters have passionately adopted.

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  • As a performer, Mr. Martelly was known as Sweet Micky; his campaign nickname is Bald Head, which his supporters have passionately adopted.

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  • Michael Martelly, elected President of Haiti in 2011.

    May 15, 2011