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How sway? Since late last year, record producer, radio personality, and record label exec, DJ “the-guy-you-hear-screaming-‘we-the-best’-on-almost-every-song” Khaled started posting inspirational pictures and videos to his Snapchat account, and became an overnight internet sensation.

Every day, well over 3 million people make the daily pilgrimage from their home screen, to the land of Snapchat, to receive snaps of wisdom from Khaled Mohamed Khaled, but now, because you’re that awesome, you can have him come to you.

Introducing KhaledBot: a Slack Bot that takes DJ Khaled’s major keys to success, and delivers them to you, right inside Slack. Bless up! I can’t think of a better way to keep your team motivated, while they work (or gossip at the office).

Wouldn’t you like to see KhaledBot in action? We invited him to Big Cabal Media, and he’s already started doling out words of wisdom. *deletes Snapchat*

I’m never complaining again.

KhaledBot

No more negative energy.

KhaledBot

I’m sure Mugendi will never lose focus again.

KhaledBot

KhaledBot was built by a software developer named Ire Aderinokun, and it recently got featured on Product Hunt. It’s gotten a decent number of upvotes, already. Tell her you like it by leaving…

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Bless Up!

Update 8:56am 16/2/2016: Ire’s written a post about how she made the bot. Khaledbot’s source code is also available for anyone to play with on Github.

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