Controversial gospel musician, Brother Sammy, has said that his latest song titled 'nipa fon neka nsem fon' is not a 'diss' song for his colleague gospel musician, Cecilia Marfo.
The song which he said literally means that "only poor people talk about other people" will not pass for a diss song for Cecilia Marfo because she is rich.
The two gospel musicians have been in a feud in recent times over a video that circulated on social media about Brother Sammy being allegedly delivered from evil spirits by Cecilia Marfo.
Brother Sammy came out to say that Cecilia Marfo planned with another gospel musician, Ernest Opoku, to disgrace him. He even went on to say Cecilia Marfo needed medical attention.
But this time, Brother Sammy says he did not say anything against the 'Afunumu Ba' singer in his new track.
“There are more lyrics to the song than you heard, the original song is much more
powerful than this one”, he disclosed on Zylofon Fm.
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