One rap feud that hit the country some years back was a song recorded by rap legend and Guru titled ‘Kasiebo’.
The song sparked controversy because of some of its lyrics which was assumed to be subtly directed to Oseikrom based rapper, Okyeame Kwame. Obrafour after many controversies indicated that it was in no way meant to attack his colleague rapper.
After many years of fans wondering whether the two rappers are cool and have nothing against each other, legendary rapper Obrafour has said he has nothing against his colleague rapper and that they are friends.
Obrafour made this assertion in an interview with Hitz Fm’s Andy Dosty on Monday.
As monitored by ghlinks.com.gh, the rapper said his relationship with colleague rapper Okyeame Kwame over the years isn’t that of best friendship but it isn’t bad either and that they do meet and talk. “I can’t really tell you it’s cosy and cool one but we are friends. I mean we meet. We’re good”, he told Andy Dosty.
‘Kasiebo‘ received mixed reactions from rap music lovers in Ghana when it was suggested that Obrafour was throwing shades at rapper Okyeame Kwame for claiming he was the best rapper alive and also replying to his single which recorded with Obour titled ‘Killing the game”.
Meanwhile, the legendary Obrafour is scheduled to celebrate 20 years of his debut album ‘PAE MU KA’ with a concert at the Accra International Conference Center on November 9th 2019.