Swedru-based rapper and singer, Patapaa born Justice Amoah has unleased his wrath on Kumerica star, Amerado for demeaning his talent and his career.
Ghanaian movie producer and television presenter, Ola Michael as advised Kumerica star, Amerado not to give his colleague, Obibini a second reply in their lyrical beef.
His advice comes in the wake of anticipations by music lovers who are waiting to hear a counter diss track from Amerado after Obibini threw hard punches at him with his song ‘Deceased’.
Some have hurriedly declared Obibinii the winner in their clash, however, in the midst of the wait, Ola Michael believes that there is no need in Amerado replying to Obibini because he has already raised Lazarus and must now move on and focus on his career.
Ghanaian businessman, music executive and boss of Zylofon Music, Nana Appiah Mensah simply known as Nam1 has reacted weighed in the lyrical war between his label signee, Obibini and Kumerica star, Amerado.
The beef between Amerado and Obibini, has amassed a lot of numbers and attention within this few days.
The arguments and discussion as to who is k.illing who has been on going on several platforms, and Zylofon Media boss Nam1, has decided to add his voice to it.
He made a statement saying,
“Heard my son is busy pit patting, punning & peeing on a peasant’s poodle carcass in a puddle. Hold it @obibiniboafo. M7 are you ready for a big concert? Get the #YardieRemixloud and on replay. Bless up @amerado_burner @obibiniboafo”
A press release by an alleged association of commercial se.x workers at Lapaz, in Accra demanding apology from rapper, Amerado over the words he used in his diss song to colleague, Obibini.
The release captioned under the letter head ‘National Association of Ashawo stated that Amerado demeaned commercial workers when he said Obibini sleeps with cheap sluts at Lapaz and that has negatively affected their business as customers have not been patronizing their services since the statement.
Recall that Amerado hours ago clapped back at Obibini with “The Throne” after he came through with “Deceased,” as they tore each other into pieces over a recent disagreement emanating from Amerado’s freestyle session on Capital Radio in London.
We can’t immediately tell if this is a parody of a sort but we’ll update this post should there be any further development.
Sensational Ghanaian rapper, Amerado has threw a challenge to his colleague, Obibini to throw his best shot at him in a rap battle if he has taken offence over his rap freestyle he laid on Tim Westwood’s show.
Earlier, Obibini, who has the trademark line “wudini”, had replied to Amerado by stating that he is ahead of the game so he (Amerado) can rap his lungs out but can never be as great as he is.
Amerado who is currently the talk of social media after a video him rapping with dexterity surfaced claimed that he does not see what Obibini has achieved as a rapper for him to be claiming that the Kumeraica rapper has offended him by dropping the lyric “wudini” on Tim Westwood TV.
Speaking to Mz Gee on TV3, Amerado fumed by stating that Obibini “has not yet reached” thus he does not understand why he finds the verse he dropped on Tim Westwood TV offensive.
“I didn’t mention Obibini’s name, but if he doesn’t like what I said, he should go to the studio and diss me. What has he achieved more than me? He shouldn’t get me pissed. What has Obibini done in this world?
“What has Obibini done in the world? He should just support a young guy trying to elevate Ghana. Why is he not talking about the fact that I was so selfless, and I mentioned almost everybody’s name trying to project our Ghanaian music to the world? Did I even go straight at somebody?” he continued.