Dope Nation Explains Why They Recorded A Diss Song To Kwesi Arthur

Dope Nation Explains Why They Recorded A Diss Song To Kwesi Arthur

Ghanaian musical duo, Dope Nation consisting of two brothers B2 and Twist have explained the reason behind them recording a diss song to rapper Kwesi Arthur.

According to them, they were forced to record the song because of the disrespect shown towards them by the Tema based rapper, Kwesi Arthur.

In a viral video sited by ghlinks.com.gh, the two said they were billed to perform at a concert at GTU campus at Tesano in Accra. They waited for a long while because the list of performers was many and they had to wait that long for their turn. When it got to their turn to perform, the DJ announced they were next and they were preparing to mount the stage when out of nowhere, Kwesi Arthur and his boys showed up and started pushing them aside to make way onto the stage. According to them, they got bored and left the scene immediately. They recorded a song that evening but didn’t realease until two weeks when the song got leaked.

Twist and B2 said they saw Kwesi Arthur’s actions as gross disrespect to their brand and advised Kwesi Arthur not to reply the beef song because they have more directed to him.

Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for https://www.ghlinks.com.gh/ based in Accra-Ghana


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