Obibini would have been counted among female rappers if he had not replied Amerado – Strongman


Ghanaian rapper Strongman has finally shared his opinion on the lyrical beef between Obibini and Amerado. According to Strongman, Obibini would have been counted among female rappers if he had not replied Amerado.

On an interview with Akoma FM’s Tony Best on Thursday’s edition of Kwantenpon Drive, the rapper opined that Amerado should rather have explained in plain words that his line that mentioned “Wudini” in his Tim Westwood freestyle was never targeted at Obibini and that perhaps wouldn’t have given Obibini any reason for a diss song at him.

“I like it when artistes are beefing, I actually enjoy it, but from my background as a ‘Mic Burner’, if I were that close to Amerado, I wouldn’t have advised him to go into any beef with Obibini.

“But if you say in an interview that, you never had Obibini in mind, but if he thinks the line was for him he should reply in a song, he will also want to prove he is a rapper.

“Obibini would have been counted among female rappers in Ghana if he had not replied Amerado when he dared him,” Strongman humorously said.

When asked which of them won the lyrical beef, Strongman says both rappers are good in what they do and it will be very hard to single one out as a winner.

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