It’s Childish For Kaakie , MzVee and AK Songstress To Have A Beef – Female Rapper Opens Fire

Beefing amongst artists started years back when Ghana’s dancehall king took on the C.E.O of high grade family Samini , One month ago, lovers of hip-hop music saw and witness Manifest taking on the king of rap as many know him Sarkordie on a serious rivalry race.

Kaakie comes back into the music scene with a song titled “Sankwas” and yes a beef is on for MzVee and Ak songstress joins ,having the dancehall divas calling each other names in songs.

One may ask is this appropriate for the music industry and is it a good act for female artist to follow considering the female ratio in the industry.

“AJOA”, Ghana’s fast and raising female rap artist signed under Epic Qoncept speaking on the issue in a phone inn interview with the grandmaster of the award winning Entertainment Extra show Dj Murphy Lee last Saturday condemned the act and called it childish.

“Its Childish for Kaakie ,MzVee and AK songstress to have a beef over supremacy ” she stated. They all have unique styles and its fun listening to them on a given day, so I don’t see why they should be beefing, she added.

The young rapper who got the whole of Ghana talking about her two weeks ago when she rap non stop for 45 minutes  on Hitz Fm’s Rap Attack show with Dr Pounds further went on to say she is very much disappointed in the three dancehall divas for starting  a beef ,

“As a young artist I look up to them and with this what are they teaching us as young ones” ,she lamented.

She went on saying “This looks like Nursery kids fighting over each others pencil ” and quickly asked them to stop because its not healthy for them as females and the music  industry.

[By Stephen Nana Asare]


Mohammed Muhi-Deen Yakubu is the name but knows as BabyBash or GhBlogger. I handle everything entertainment, event coverage, music, humor and more. I am an pundit on Entertainment Xtra show that runs on Storm 101.9mHz in Sunyani.

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