Patapaa breaks silence after directing his 'jama diss' song at Kuami Eugene

Patapaa breaks silence after directing his 'jama diss' song at Kuami Eugene

Fast-rising Ghanaian artiste, Justice Amoah, widely known as Patapaa Amisty, has finally spoken on his ‘diss jama’ song directed at young hiplife star, Kuami Eugene.

According to the Swedru-based artiste, he was forced to record and direct the 'diss' song at Eugene out of pain.

The ‘One Corner’ hitmaker who appears troubled in a live video disclosed that, although he directed his ‘Otitafo diss’ song at Kuami Eugene, he didn’t want it released after the song was ready.

Patapaa breaks silence on 'jama' diss song to Kuami Eugene

Patapaa, musician (Photo credit: Google Images)

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Patapaa explaining matters in the video denied releasing the 'diss' song, but added that one of his closest friend angrily released the song to hit back at Kuami Eugene.

He however apologized to Kuami Eugene and his fans, and Ghanaians in general for the choice of words used in the song.

The young artiste added that Kuami Eugene’s comment on Gh One TV was destroying his brand as he was deeply hurt that, such a young artiste could direct such comments at him on a live TV.

To him, it is high time Ghanaian artistes learn to encourage each other rather than predicting doom ahead of industry colleagues.

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Patapaa who was visibly heartbroken in the video noted that Kuami Eugene’s comment was below the belt and has put his brand in a bad position.

Kuami Eugene has received heavy bashing on various social media platform for branding Patapaa’s song as ‘noise’.

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Eugene who appeared on Gh One television stated that he has declined several calls from Patapaa’s camp for a music collaboration.

Kuami in his conversation added that Patapaa only makes ‘noise’ and does not sing.

Meanwhile, Kuami Eugene has since apologized, after receiving heavy backlash from some social media users.

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