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This Pakistani-American rapper’s resemblance to Khal Drogo has made him the internet sensation

This Pakistani-American rapper Syed Osama Karamat Ali Shah, also known as Osama Com Laude, posted a picture of himself on 14th January without knowing that he would soon become an internet sensation and be compared to Game of Thrones character Khal Drogo played by Jason Momoa.

For the Orlando-based rapper, it has been a pretty wild ride since he posted that picture on Instagram.

Several users have commented on his photo and dubbed him the “Pakistani Kahl Drogo”. Shah while talking about this hype shared that he is more than just a doppelganger. “I have nothing but love for the ones showing love. I’m more than just a doppelganger, I’ve put in my hard work and continue to do so.”

 

 

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On having similar looks to Khal’s, the rapper said, “I never saw the show [Game of Thrones], but I knew about Jason Momoa as an actor. It wasn’t till last year that someone finally convinced me to watch it and I was like ‘oh wow, that’s a little freaky’,” Shah said. “I even showed my mother and you know there has to be something if one’s mother even agrees.”

As a fan of superheroes and Greek warriors, the 31-year-old has never been one to shy away from trying out a new look. The kohl-rimmed eyes and the man bun was something he wanted to try.

“I’ve been a lifelong fan of superheroes, WWE and of the Greek/Roman/Nomad warrior culture, even so, that my older brother and I feel like we’ve been born in the wrong era. So, I love the whole essence of a physically imposing wild-haired warrior and wanted to embody that in life,” he added.

 

 

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72 hours of f*cking travel

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