The founder of Anointed Palace Chapel Rev. Obofour has spoken well about rapper Strongman.
Rev. Obofuor has opened up about the rag to riches story of Strongman.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Obofuor heaped praises on the Kumasi-based rapper.
According to Obofour, who was talking about Strongman’s grass to grace story said that no one expected to see the rapper at Atwia mountains; a place where most Christians in Ghana go to pray.
The popular preacher added that Strongman was his son.
In citing another example, the self-proclaiming man of God indicated that Swedru-based artiste Patapaa is another person who out of nowhere, came unto the music scene and now making headlines.
Obofour made mention of the fact that even though Ghanaians didn’t understand the words in Patapaa’s ‘One Corner’ song, they still jammed to it and now whatever he does is in the news.
Strongman for the past one week has been trending due to his beef with reigning VGMA Rapper of the Year.
On June 12, 2019, Medikal got social media buzzing with a post on Instagram and and a tweet on Twitter.
After posting a photo of himself on Instagram, Medikal wrote: "4 years ago I saved Ghanaian Rap music from dying and I promise to keep it alive."
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The words of the Arab Money Gang rapper flared up emotions as some rappers and Ghanaians reacted.
While some fans supported the Omo Ada hitmaker over his claim, others jabbed him as they claim he did nothing to save rap music.
One rapper who stood firm and raised his voice in opposition to Medikal's post of saving rap music was Strongman.
In about three separate interviews, Strongman jabbed Medikal, claiming that he is a whack rapper and should not have made such bold claims.
Strongman in one of the interviews noted that Medikal should not have won the 2019 VGMA Rapper of the Year.
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