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30 August 2012, 15:57
The 'Killer' rapper says the sporting event gives everyone the chance "to shine" regardless of disabilities.
Fazer says he will "definitely" be watching the London 2012 Paralympic Games over the next two weeks and believes the event shows the world that anyone can "do great things" if they have the ambition.
The UK rapper is currently launching a solo music career away from N-Dubz, having released his debut solo single 'Killer' earlier this year, and says he is "fully up" for getting involved with the global sporting event.
"Yeah I will be [watching], definitely," Fazer revealed to Capital FM ahead of the Paralympic Games launch. "I was watching some of [the] dance competitions with the wheelchairs and obviously all the relays.
"Yeah, I'm fully up for it because, you know what, it gives everyone a chance to shine in a sense," the rapper explained. "It doesn't matter if you're disabled you can still do great things in this world.
"Don't limit yourself just because you haven't got an arm or a leg, you can still be optimistic and you can do anything you want," Fazer added.
View a picture of 'Killer' rapper Fazer below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this week it was reported that Fazer is planning to launch his own new reality series called Fazer's Urban Orchestra, as he attempts to scour the UK for underprivileged musicians to join up with his orchestra.
The London 2012 Paralympic Games officially got underway with a ceremony last night (29th August) at the Olympic Stadium.
Listen to Fazer talking to Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about the London 2012 Paralympic Games below: