M.anifest refutes claims that he dissed Stonebwoy in 'Yawa no dey' song

M.anifest refutes claims that he dissed Stonebwoy in 'Yawa no dey' song

-M.anifest has refuted claims that seem to suggest that he threw shades at Stonebwoy on Kelvynboy's 'Yawa no dey' song

-M.anifest was featured on Kelvynboy's 'Yawa no dey' song which was released in the heat of the beef between Stonebwoy, Kelvynboy and Blakk Cedi.

- But the 'No Shortcut to Heaven' hitmaker says his rap on that 'Yawa no dey' song was not in any way meant for Stonebwoy.

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Award-winning Ghanaian Rapper. M.anifest stated that his “small fly we dey fly, wey your man bore, we came to win… yen b3prii draw …” line in the song was never meant for the 'Ololo' hitmaker.

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In an interview on GH One TV, M.anifest said that he can never be a lawyer of Kelvynboy to fight his battles for him and that he did not even have Stonebwoy in mind when he was recording his verse.

He added that the beef between Stonebwoy and Kelvynboy is none of his business.

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YEN.com.gh also reported that M.anifest has set the record straight over comments made by Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale.

The ‘No Shortcut to Heaven’ singer disclosed that claims by Shatta Wale that he was the first Ghanaian artiste to start street shows are entirely false.

M.anifest stated that he was the first to do a block party before other artistes started doing street shows.

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