Wanlov, as always, was just waiting on an opportunity to have a go at his ‘frenemy’ and that opening came via MTVBase Africa’s HottestMCs in Ghana, which was released over the weekend.
In the HottestMCs list was D-Black and the very opinionated Wanlov expressed his contempt for that inclusion. Wanlov posted his displeasure on his facebook wall, stating;
“Wow @MTVBaseAfrica u still added d-black wen we hav medikal, joey b, yaa pono, m3nsa,…how sad…btw it’s Omar Sterling … not stelling.”
The member of the group, FOKN Boiz, followed up the ‘assault’ on D-Black in an interview on Hitz FM ‘Entertainment News’ by stating emphatically that, the guys at MTVBase Africa committed a travesty by adding D-Black to the list.
“D-Black is not a rapper, he is business man. He doesn’t deserve to be on that list.”
He fired another salvo, claiming that his sister, Sister Deborah, was a better rapper than D-Black;
“Sister Deborah is even a better rapper than D- Black,” he stated.
“I called D-Black and told him he should go and remove his name from the list. If I were him, I would sue MTVBase Africa for including me on that list.”
Here is the MTVBase Africa’s HottestMCs in Ghana;
Meanwhile CEO of Black Avenue Music, Desmond Blackmore otherwise known as D Black has really hit hard at Wanlov over comments passed at his inclusion in the top 10 hottest Ghanaian MCs list released by MTV Base.
In an exclusive new single titled The List, D Black goes hard on Wanlov revealing issues of his past and how he took advantage of the buzz to release a new video just to up his views.