Baidoo burst onto the scenes rather prematurely, during an injury crisis for Ian Holloway’s team towards the end of the 2004/05 season. He made his debut aged just 16 and his blistering pace and skill immediately caught the eye of the QPR fans.
The following two seasons saw Baidoo feature slightly more regularly, scoring 4 goals and making numerous substitute appearances and a few starts. However, since John Gregory became manager, Baidoo had been used sparingly and out of position, on the wing. He was used even less frequently under Gary Waddock, Mick Harford and Luigi De Canio.
On 17th January 2008, Baidoo's contract was terminated by mutual consent by QPR. On the same day he joined Dagenham & Redbridge on a deal that lasts until the end of the 2007/08 season.
Baidoo also MCs under the name "Terminator" and has collaborated with well known MCs such as Wiley from Roll Deep. He pioneered a subgenre of Grime called "darkside"
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