Kumchacha is a name of a god – Patapaa

Kumchacha is a name of a god – Patapaa

- Patapaa says Kumchacha is a name of a deity in one of the African countries

- The hiplife artiste says he is going to explain the name Kumchacha in a new hot tunes

Swedru-based Ghanaian hiplife artiste, Patapaa Amisty, appears to be waging war against self-styled Ghanaian Prophet, Nicholas Osei, aka Prophet Kumchacha.

It could be recalled that the two have been on each other’s neck after the musician released his hit song ‘One Corner’.

Kumchacha is a name of a god – Patapaa

Hiplife artiste, Patapaa

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Prophet Kumchacha who was not particularly happy about the song which was accompanied with a dance lambasted Patapaa over the song.

The ‘Man of God’ also told the public that he has ended the artiste’s music career spiritually by burying his talent.

But the hiplife artiste of the year nominee in a new interview, claims that the name of the Accra-based religious leader, Kumchcha is ungodly which must be avoided by all well-meaning Ghanaian Christians.

Speaking to SVTV Africa’s recently, Patapaa disclosed that he is about to release a new song titled 'Kumchacha'.

Patapaa in his interaction insisted that, Kumchacha is a name of a god in one of the African countries.

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“If you listen to the song very well you would realize I’m not referring to the Prophet, but rather I’m telling a historical story,” the musician said.

The ‘One Corner’ hitmaker added that he has no intentions of creating a “beef” between himself and Prophet Kumchacha.

However, he can promise his fans the song titled Kumchacha is a very interesting tune and will be an instant hit.

Patapaa after releasing his ‘One Corner’ song was widely condemned by many Ghanaian leaders including ‘Men of God’.

However, he has picked up his first award ever after his song went viral in Ghana and other parts of the world.

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