Serwaa Amihere defends calling Strongman "Kumasi-based rapper"

Serwaa Amihere defends calling Strongman "Kumasi-based rapper"

- Serwaa Amihere has replied her critics after calling Strongman Kumasi-based rapper

- Serwaa said she did nothing wrong describing Strongman as a Kumasi-based rapper

TV Serwaa Amihere has finally opened up regarding her recent interview with rapper Strongman.

The GH One TV presenter has replied her critics who were livid at her for referring to Strongman as a Kumasi-based rapper.

In an interview with Zionfelix’s ‘Uncut Show’ show monitored by, Serwaa said Strongman felt offended so she apologized to him afterwards.

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According to the beautiful on-air personality Strongman is now okay after the apology.

Serwaa believes many people who think she was at fault were miss-informed.

Explaining how this hullabaloo started, the presenter said it was difficult to call Medikal back on the phone after his call dropped and questions he was supposed to answer were passed on to Strongman.

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According to her, the trolls, name calling and insults on her person were unfortunate but she has moved on.

She stressed that she only did her job as a journalist, adding that it is very difficult to do anything when an interviewee’s call drops in the middle of an interview while the presenter is live on air.

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Subscribe to watch new videos previously reported how some fans demanded that Serwaa should be taken off the screens over the incident.

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This comes after an interview she had with Strongman during his ‘beef’ with Medikal.

Serwaa ordered Strongman to officially apologise to Fella Makafui, Medikal’s girlfriend, for a line he used against her in one of his ‘diss’ songs to Medikal.

However, some fans have found Serwaa’s position to be offensive because they believe she had taken sides in the ‘beef’ and was supporting Medikal.

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