Popular Ghanaian rapper, Michael Elliot Kwabena Okyere Darko, better known as Obrafour, has disclosed that some mischievous people in the music industry are creating an ‘artificial beef’ between him and Sarkodie.
According to Obrafour, his recently released song ‘Kasahari’ was not targeted at rapper Sarkodie as his detractors are speculating.
For some time now, some music enthusiasts are reading meanings into the hit song, with the view that Obrafour was throwing jabs at Sarkodie.
However, speaking on Hitz FM in Accra, the ‘Executioner’ explained that people are only seeking to destroy him with his supposed feud with Sarkodie.
Obrafour added that he was only demonstrating his lyrical dexterity on the 'Kasahari' song, which many have unfortunately misinterpreted.
"They misconstrued the 'Kasahari' song. People gave their own interpretations to the message the song carried. I see those things as distractions. I don't know why people think that way. I am the author of the song, I conceived the concept so if there is confusion, I thought they'd come to me and ask for me to explain. The mischief is too much,” a report by Abrantepa.com quoted Obrafour.
The rapper in his conversation revealed that Sakordie has distinguished himself creditably in the Ghanaian music industry and therefore, he has a lot of admiration for his latest song ‘Almighty’.
“It’s a beautiful song, but it has nothing to do with me. I mean this is Sarkodie, I think he was just freeing his mind,” he said.
Meanwhile, Sarkodie is reportedly teaming up with Obrafour to produce a joint album, which is expected to be produced by Hammer of the Last Two fame.
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