Hip-life star now turned pastor, Lord Kenya born Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo, has reacted to the current feud (beef) that exists between Shatta Wale and other known names like Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese and Stonebwoy.He told the host of ‘Daawuro Maakye’ show on RTV, Oheneba Serwaa Bonsu, that hiplife rappers should desist from beefing with each other because it’s dangerous in the long run.
He explained that, few hiplife rappers in time past have gotten into public spats with one another over the years but never used vulgar words.
He condemned the current feuds between Michael Kwesi Owusu Addo popularly known in Showbiz as Sarkodie and Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta wale because in his time the hiplife rappers never used insult in their raps.
The ‘Sika Ba’ hitmaker also blamed the media, fans and social media for always fueling and heaping praise on the current feuds between Shatta Wale and Sarkodie which has no benefit to society but will rather cause harm in the end.
Evangelist Lord Kenya shared a bit of hiphop feud history that existed between rapper between Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls which ended in violence.
He detailed that, the history of beef that existed between between Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls was a feud that pinned the East Coast and West Coast against one another and the most tragic which claimed the lives of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
He added that, the two never repaired their friendship and were both shot and killed within a few months of one another, linking their names in music history together forever.
Here are the 3 Dangers of celebrity Beefing GospelEmpireGh.Com cited in Lord Kenya’s interview on Daawuro Maakye TV show:
- Celebrity feuds (Beefing) can lead to murder.
- Celebrity feuds (Beefing) can lead to leaving a negative legacy when you are no more alive.
- Celebrity (Beefing) can lead to regrets of speaking profanity when you quit rapping.
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