I Never Jubilated About Strongman’s Exit From SarkCess – Teephlow
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I Never Jubilated About Strongman’s Exit From SarkCess Music – Teephlow

One heated rap feud that has gone on for quite some time is the war of lyrics between rapper Strongman Burner and rapper Teephlow.

Ever since the two competed on a reality show together and had a rap battle against each other for the first time, the two have indirectly been linked tpo the debate of who  really is the best among the two when it comes to rap.

Sometime last year, Strongman Burner released Charcoal, a diss song directed to rapper Teephlow and it raised a lot of controversy.

Some few weeks ago, strongman Burner parted ways his record label Sarkcess Music, an occurrence that saw Teephlow come out with some tweets which seemed as though he was jubilating for his colleague’s loss.

The Fante rapper has however cleared the air about his tweet and has said he never jubilated when Strongman exited Sarkcess Music.

In an interview monitored by ghlinks.com.gh on Thursday, Strongman told Sammy Flex of Zylofon Fm that he felt rather disappointed when a senior colleague rapper and boss of Sarkcess Music, Sarkodie took to twitter to hype a diss song directed to him Teephlow by Strongman. He justified his reason by citing an example that Kanye West never supported Pusha T when he beefed Drake. He added that he expected more from Sarkodie than tweeting to hype a diss song, but understood it because it was a way of promoting his artiste.

Teephlow added that he didn’t regard the diss song Charcoal till Sarkodie started promoting it and decided to record Preach, a step that has earned him a nomination at this year’s VGMAs.

He also said he apologized for his tweet after it was miscommunicated and will never be happy for another artiste’s fall.

K Oteng

Written by K Oteng

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